Amazon The Giant of the eCommerce industry unveiled a grocery store without lines or checkout counters. Amazon Go, a 1800-square-foot retail space located in the company’s hometown of Seattle, lets shoppers just grab the items they want and leave; the order gets charged to their Amazon account afterwards.

Amazon Go works by using computer vision and sensors to detect what items you’re taking out of the store. You start by scanning an app as you enter the Amazon Go shop. You do your normal shopping, and the sensors throughout the store identify the items in your cart and charge them to your account when you walk out the door. It’ll feel like shoplifting, except you’re actually being watched by more cameras than you can imagine.

The shop will stock most things you’d find in a nearby accommodation store: snacks, drinks, premade nourishment like servings of mixed greens and sandwiches, and basic supply fundamentals like bread and drain. It’ll likewise offer Blue Apron-like feast units that let you cook your own suppers for two.

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