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Amazon is getting ready to use its Go technology, which is deployed in 21 stores and allows consumers to grab what they want and leave without stopping to physically check out, in new store formats and also license it as soon as Q1 2020, Bloomberg reports.
The company is said to be developing the technology so it can be used in supermarkets and kiosks, the latter of which could be used in malls and sports stadiums, so Go may be moving beyond the convenience store format that all of the existing Amazon Go locations use.
If Amazon can successfully scale its Go format for supermarkets and license the technology, it will cement its spot at the top of the autonomous checkout market.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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