Dec 10, 2016

Amazon Go is a grocery store with no checkout lines


It's a vision of what the future of physical retail can be.


It looks like those rumors of Amazon convenience stores were true. The online shopping giant unveiled Amazon Go today, its spin on brick and mortar retail. It uses computer vision, a whole bunch of sensors and deep learning to let you walk into a store, sign in with an Amazon Go app, fill up your bags and leave without stopping for a checkout line. Amazon is calling it a "Just Walk Out Shopping" experience, a self-descriptive name if there ever was one. The company is starting out with a large store in Seattle, but it's clearly meant to serve as a model for other locations and retail stores.

Read Full Article here: https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/05/amazon-go-grocery-store/

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