For many years, self-checkout has been a mainstay in retail stores. It has provided customers with the convenience of quickly and efficiently checking out their items without having to wait in line for an employee. However, some people have always had a distaste for this technology due to its lack of human interaction and feeling of alienation from the store environment.
Well, those days may soon be coming to an end as retailers are beginning to explore new ways that they can use self-checkout technology while also providing more personal interactions with customers. For example, Amazon Go is using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) systems that allow shoppers to simply walk into the store, grab what they need off shelves and then leave without ever having to go through checkout lines or interact with employees at all!
In addition, other companies such as Walmart are experimenting with technologies like facial recognition software which will enable them not only track customer purchases but also provide personalized recommendations based on individual shopping habits or preferences – something that would never be possible if relying solely on traditional methods of checkout processing. All these changes could potentially revolutionize how we shop by making it easier than ever before get exactly what we want when we enter a store – no matter our attitude.