Walmart tests Shelf-Scanning Robots

Walmart tests Shelf-Scanning Robots

Walmart has started using shelf-scanning robots
to handle tasks that are repeatable, predictable and manual, like scanning shelves for out-of-stock
items, incorrect prices and wrong or missing labels. This new shelf-scanning technology frees up
time for walmart associates. Walmart has tested this technology in a small
number of stores in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and California. And based on these initial tests, Walmart
is expanding it to an additional 50 locations. Walmart stresses that the robots are there
to supplement humans, not replace them Walmart believes that this combination of
people and technology is helping make their stores more convenient and easier to shop,
ensuring that products are available when their customers want them.

2 Replies to “Walmart tests Shelf-Scanning Robots”

  1. Human labor is an outdated concept and if people were smart they would see this as an opportunity that none of our ancestors had which is the ability to remove Monetary Exchange do to that Automation in autonomous Tech which will allow us to provide goods and services without a price tag this is not a pipe dream this is not communism or Socialism or anything like that it's just the natural progression of our technology and where we could go with it and by doing so we can eliminate crime hunger War excetera you're never going to solve the problems that we have But continuing the same course that we're on

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