Shopping in the future may feel a lot like shoplifting does today — without the risk of getting nabbed — if two artificial intelligence startups have their way. New Zealand’s IMAGR and Silicon Valley’s Mashgin aim to make checking out of grocery stores and company cafeterias a walk in the park. Almost literally. Many supermarkets offer self-checkout to save shoppers time. IMAGR founder William Chomley wants to skip the checkout altogether, so you can just walk right out the door.
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