By  on March 19, 2018

LAS VEGAS — Meal kits, fruit in the morning and fresh items from local bakeries all seem to be doing well for Amazon’s cashier-less Amazon Go store opened earlier this year, but it appears that it’s still very much wait-and-see when it comes to what’s next for the retailer’s high-tech concept.

Amazon Go, which opened in Seattle in January, uses cameras with algorithms and sensors in store shelves to power its grocery store, designed for people who want quick, grab-and-go items, all without having to interface with checkout lines or a cashier.

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