It's finally happening: Amazon is following through on opening its first cashier-less Whole Foods stores.
- The "just walk out" technology will be located in DC and Los Angeles
- With this technology, shoppers will enter a store by scanning an app, and when they are done, they exit without needing to stand in a checkout line.
- While they are there, both cameras and sensors track what they've grabbed, which will be billed after.
- The company said in a statement, "With Just Walk Out-enabled Whole Foods Market stores, how Team Members in the store spend their time is simply shifting, allowing them to spend even more time interacting with customers and delivering a great shopping experience."
- Do you think this technology will be foolproof?
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