Some items have large, camera friendly codes to help the cameras understand which items have been grabbed; the computers combine that information with data from weight sensors installed in every shelf.Whenshoppers are done, they simply walk back out through the porcelain white turnstiles and their phone updates with a receipt, along with a “trip timer” tellingthem how many seconds theyspent on the shopping trip. The process was so breezy that first day shoppers like Harriet McClain said it felt “like shoplifting.””Even in a small town, people shoplift,” McClain said, before motioning toward the overhead cameras. “But a local grocery store could never afford to put in this kind of stuff.”Amazon has not shared details on the methods involved in its “Just Walk Out” technology, but says it mimics some of the techniques seen in self driving cars, including machine learning systems that improve over time, as well as computer vision, the image processing technology used in Facebook photo tags.”The majority of sensing is from above,” said Kumar, the Amazon Go executive.
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My hubby is the Jim Reeves fan. For me, it’s Kris Kristofferson all the way! I am very pleased that you mentioned South Africa, most articles skip it, but it was really important. Mr Reeves was very popular in SA, even sang in Afrikaans. According to previous reports, the agency was to be led by a creative supergroup, comprised of McBride, Harrington and possibly Wieden vet Hal Curtis, who, it was later announced, was going to remain at W+K. Harrington says, however, that the supergroup proposition remains intact, and the agency will soon be beefing up with lead talents from the interactive and design worlds in order to make good on its goal to be a truly integrated shop. “People in those areas traditionally don’t get a seat at the table but are at the back end of the process.