This grocery story without checkout lines is on the money
You know how much you hate checkout lines. Amazon is coming out with a grocery store where all you have to do is shop and what you buy is virtually assigned to your Amazon account.
It's called "Amazon Go" and it uses computer vision deep learning algorithms, sensor fusion much like you'd find in self-driving cars. They call it "just walk out technology." When you finish shopping you can just leave and it will all be charged to your Amazon account. If you change your mind on an item, you can just put it back and the technology will make the adjustment.
The first store is located in Seattle where Amazon has it's main headquarters. As the "fight for $15-an-hour minimum wage continues, one wonders how long before we see them in New Jersey?