Monday, January 22, 2018 at 10:46AM
Drew Wolfe

Amazon's Cashier-Less Seattle Grocery Opens To The Public

"Amazon on Monday will open its automated grocery in Seattle to the public, replacing cashiers with a smartphone app and hundreds of small cameras that track purchases."

"For the past year, the 1,800-square foot mini-mart has been open to the company's employees."

"There is no waiting in line for check out at Amazon Go, as the store is called – instead, its computerized system charges the customer's Amazon account as they exit the store."

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