The 'Amazon Go' Store is Currently in a Beta Version

 - Dec 6, 2016
References: amazon & digitaltrends
'Amazon Go' is an app from the massive online retailer that makes it easier and more convenient for people to do their shopping. And while that app is openly available in a fully functional version right now, Amazon is reversing the standard product development chain by opening a brick and mortar store in a beta version.

Though beta versions are usually reserved for software programs, the beta version of the Amazon Go store is loaded with technology. The location, which is in Seattle, is a grocery and convenience store. What separates it from others is that, through the use of Amazon's 'Just Walk Out' technology, shoppers never have to wait in line for the cash register. With computer vision, sensor fusion, and deep learning, the Amazon Go store is able to detect when a shopper takes an item and automatically bill them once they leave with it.