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Huh? Supermarkets testing technology that would give retail cashiers the boot?

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Image-recognition software

Image-recognition software is the future. The link below introduces the reader to what is being applied in other countries. It is our future. Is it much to do about nothing? This is an interesting-educational WSJ article worthy of a read. There is another jump after this technology. Sensei Tech. co-founder said this: “It seemed like crazy technology and it sounded like magic.” The next jump is technology is private sectors sharing data-based facial recognition technology with governments and private sector retailors. — Branson Hunter

Retailers face some challenges with this technology. Customers may balk at having their movements tracked, though Tesco said the system used in its trial doesn’t recognize faces. Image-recognition technology is also expensive to run in larger stores, and requires enormous on-site computing resources. But the cost of computing power is falling, Mr. Portugal said, making product-tracking systems more commercially viable.

Wall Street Journal

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