Computer vision, sensors and deep learning drive the new Amazon Go smart convenience store

Amazon.com Inc. is expanding its brick-and-mortar retail presence with the launch of Amazon Go, a small convenience store in downtown Seattle that will allow customers to simply take items off the shelf and walk out, no checkout needed. Together with a smartphone app and various in-store technology, Amazon will be able to track the items you are taking off the shelf in a virtual cart and then charge your Amazon account when you leave. “Four years ago we asked ourselves: what if we could create a shopping experience with no lines and no checkout?” says Amazon on the official Go site. To make the 1,800-square-foot store work, Amazon will rely on a combination of the same technology used in self-driving cars. While the company hasn’t said exactly how the store…


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