Imagine walking in, getting what you need, and leaving without waiting in a line or having to deal with some teenager who couldn’t care less to be at work.
It’s all possible thanks to Amazon Go, the grocery store where you walk in and leave without having to deal with a single person.
Once entering the store you tap your phone on a detector and the system uses sensors to detect what you’re purchasing. It’s advanced it can tell when you pick something up, walk around with it, then return the item to the shelf. Customers will be charged for what they leave the store with. The charges are then billed to your Amazon account
The store is open to Amazon employees and beta testers right now but won’t open to the public in sometime in 2017