It's impossible to escape, and it's impossible to dress up again.
Amazon's intention of setting up a new convenience store is to get rid of the shackles of the cash register and save both the valuable time of the buyers and sellers. It has been reported that Amazon has deployed computer vision, deep learning algorithms, and sensor fusion technologies such as automatic cars.
In store system can identify the real person and what they buy, Amazon will be referred to as "Just Walk Away" technology.
Of course, consumers still need to use mobile app scanning into the store, and then with the camera and shelf sensors added to a virtual shopping cart, and then the system will be through the consumer's Amazon account for chargeback.
Introducing Amazon Go
Amazon Go originally set up shop at the beginning of this year, but was delayed by technical problems, such as the system can not cope with more than 20 customers at the same time (the system will collapse). A source said, although there have been significant improvements, but the system deployment is still facing some challenges.
The store can accurately identify the individual consumers, but in people flocking (especially with one family with several children together) when they get stuck.
The good news is that the UK and the EU have passed the trademark applications at the Amazon Go convenience store. Everything is ready before the expansion, just waiting to overcome the technical difficulties.