Amazon Go grocery store of the future: PHOTOS, VIDEO - Business Insider
"This is Amazon's grocery store of the future: no cashiers, no registers, and no lines"
"...it's designed so that shoppers will use an app, also called Amazon Go, to automatically add the products they plan to buy to a digital shopping cart; they can then walk out of the building without waiting in a checkout line.
The idea is that Amazon's machine-learning technology can automatically identify when a product is added to your cart, so you don't have to do it yourself. When you leave the store, Amazon automatically charges your Amazon account."
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"If you thought Amazon would bring about the death of brick-and-mortar stores, think again; it's actually reinventing them. This week the behemoth online retailer unveiled its concept for Amazon Go, a real-life, app-enabled grocery shopping experience that obviates the need for checkout lines and cashiers. Amazon will use cameras, sensors, and machine-learning technology to identify every product you take off the shelves and leave with, automatically charging it to your Amazon account, so you can actually grab and go. The first store, in Seattle, is currently in beta, open only to Amazon employees, with plans to open to the public in early 2017."
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