Amazon is apparently looking to test out its cashier free Amazon Go technology in larger stores, the company has been testing out the technology at its stores in the US.
According to a recently report Amazon now has plans for larger stores, its existing stores are the size of a small convenience store.
Amazon purchased Whole Foods back in 2017 and these are larger stores so there is the possibility that these stores could be used for these future tests of the Amazon Go technology.
Amazon Go lets you walk into a store, place an item in your bag and then your are automatically charged for it, if you put it back on the shelf you are not charged for the item. Amazon obviously have big plans for the technology as according to The Verge they are looking to open around 3,000 Go stores by 2021.
Source The Verge
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