"Last week, San Francisco got its first completely automated cashierless store, Standard Market," writes The New York Times
' Nellie Bowles, who describes what it's like to shop there: a bit
confusing. The store uses "visual tracking and behavioral data" to "predict, and prevent, shoplifting, because unlike Amazon’s Go stores, which have a subway turnstile-like gate for entry and
exit, Standard Market has an open door, and the path is clear." Bowles walked out without being charged for a bag of popcorn, while another shopper got mistakenly charged for a Kraft Macaroni
& Cheese he didn't buy.
Read the whole story at The New York Times »