Amazon Go, a grocery store without checkout or lines, planned for 2017

Amazon on Monday morning unveiled Go, what it’s calling “the world’s most advanced shopping technology.” Here’s how it works: Head to the Amazon Go store (at this point, Amazon has announced one location in Seattle), open the corresponding app, and scan your phone on the way in. From there, you can stow away your phone and grab all the items you need. When you’re finished collecting your items, just walk out of the store. No more lines or registers. In development for the past four years, the new system leverages “the most advanced” machine learning, computer vision, and artificial intelligence technology, Amazon says in the video above. Anything you pick up off store shelves is automatically added to a virtual cart. If you put the item back on the shelf,…


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