If Amazon has any say, the future of shopping will have fewer humans in it.

Yay or nay?

Long has being a cashier meant assisting people with paying for their goods, but Jeff Bezos doesn’t care about that. In fact, it is predicted that in 20 years, the profession known as cashier may be extinct.

Amazon’s cashier-free concept store has been in test form since 2016. Now Amazon Go, based in Seattle, will finally open its doors to the public today, reports The Street.

Randomly selected public participants “will be able to shop for groceries at the 1 800 square foot store, and once they are finished, walk out without checking out”.

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