This time around it involves the Amazon Go Stores, which has been in Seattle for some time and has had great responses.
Amazon is opening its first Amazon Go stores outside of Seattle, with cashierless store locations slated for Chicago and San Francisco. That followed earlier reports from The San Francisco Chronicle and Curbed Chicago about building permits for Amazon Go locations. In response to an inquiry, a spokesperson confirmed that the company was planning to open stores in each city, but didn't specify when.
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Amazon debuted its first Amazon Go location at its headquarters in Seattle in December 2016; it opened to the public in January of this year. Once inside the store, customers can grab what they need and just walk out. The customers are automatically charged for the items they've picked up once they leave the store and a receipt is sent to the app. After that, Amazon's system uses cameras and other sensors to track shoppers and identify what they take off shelves. Each store will also have staff members who will be there to make sure the shelves are restocked and assist new customers who are hesitant about how it all works.
Amazon Go is the online retail pioneer's attempt to reinvent the physical store with the same mindset that brought one-click shopping to the internet. The company now owns Whole Foods and a number of bookstores.