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‘AI Lab Advances Personalized Content and R&D’

May 24, 2024 | by The Jeuns

L’Oréal Paris is leading the way in beauty innovation with the launch of their Beauty Genius lab. This cutting-edge facility will focus on developing technologies like 3D, AR, and AI in collaboration with Meta and influential content creators. Brands under L’Oréal, such as L’Oréal Paris, Lancôme, and La Roche-Posay, are already leveraging the tools and techniques from the lab to enhance their products and services.

In a statement, L’Oréal emphasized their commitment to responsible AI by not using AI-generated lifelike images in their external communications. Instead, the focus is on pushing the boundaries of creativity and exploring new possibilities in the beauty industry.

One of the advancements in beauty tech from L’Oréal is the launch of a personal beauty assistant that offers personalized diagnostics, product recommendations, and beauty education. This initiative aligns with the company’s vision of using technology to improve people’s lives and make beauty more personalized, inclusive, and responsible.

Furthermore, L’Oréal showcased several tech-powered beauty products for consumers, including the Kiehl’s Derma-Reader for skin analysis, Lancôme Renergie Nano-Surfacer for enhanced product performance, L’Oréal Professionnel AirLight Pro hair dryer for faster drying, and L’Oréal Professionnel My Hair [iD] Hair Reader for personalized hair color recommendations.

Additionally, L’Oréal unveiled inclusive skin technology that can mimic various skin conditions and improve product testing standards. This breakthrough innovation aims to advance biological and dermatological research in the beauty industry.

With a focus on innovation, inclusivity, and responsibility, L’Oréal Paris continues to lead the way in tech-powered beauty solutions that cater to the diverse needs of consumers worldwide.


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