The future is near, Amazon just opened it's first staff-less grocery shop in Seattle. Their 'Go-Grocery' store has five thousand items to chose from and through using sensors and cameras customers can walk in and out without using cash and everything is paid for through an app on their phone.
Implementing accurate weighing and pricing was apparently one of the biggest hurdles but it seems to be working smoothly so far.
It looks like three thousand stores like these will be opened by 2021, but it makes me wonder where lots of people will get their first jobs anymore? As technology grows we're putting ourselves out of work and it's kinda scary, isn't it?
Who else needs to go back to school and get a degree in technology, computer skills or science?