Poster

Amazon-M2: A Multilingual Multi-locale Shopping Session Dataset for Recommendation and Text Generation

Wei Jin · Haitao Mao · Zheng Li · Haoming Jiang · Chen Luo · Hongzhi Wen · Haoyu Han · Hanqing Lu · Zhengyang Wang · Ruirui Li · Zhen Li · Monica Cheng · Rahul Goutam · Haiyang Zhang · Karthik Subbian · Suhang Wang · Yizhou Sun · Jiliang Tang · Bing Yin · Xianfeng Tang

Great Hall & Hall B1+B2 (level 1) #519
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Tue 12 Dec 8:45 a.m. PST — 10:45 a.m. PST

Abstract:

Modeling customer shopping intentions is a crucial task for e-commerce, as it directly impacts user experience and engagement. Thus, accurately understanding customer preferences is essential for providing personalized recommendations. Session-based recommendation, which utilizes customer session data to predict their next interaction, has become increasingly popular. However, existing session datasets have limitations in terms of item attributes, user diversity, and dataset scale. As a result, they cannot comprehensively capture the spectrum of user behaviors and preferences.To bridge this gap, we present the Amazon Multilingual Multi-locale Shopping Session Dataset, namely Amazon-M2. It is the first multilingual dataset consisting of millions of user sessions from six different locales, where the major languages of products are English, German, Japanese, French, Italian, and Spanish.Remarkably, the dataset can help us enhance personalization and understanding of user preferences, which can benefit various existing tasks as well as enable new tasks. To test the potential of the dataset, we introduce three tasks in this work:(1) next-product recommendation, (2) next-product recommendation with domain shifts, and (3) next-product title generation.With the above tasks, we benchmark a range of algorithms on our proposed dataset, drawing new insights for further research and practice. In addition, based on the proposed dataset and tasks, we hosted a competition in the KDD CUP 2023 https://www.aicrowd.com/challenges/amazon-kdd-cup-23-multilingual-recommendation-challenge and have attracted thousands of users and submissions. The winning solutions and the associated workshop can be accessed at our website~https://kddcup23.github.io/.

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