It will be installed in your right hand and your forehead, and no one will be allowed to buy or sell in the supermarket wihout one.
That video is one of the most horrifying things I have ever seen.
A little late to the party, aren't we?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_Go
Data collection and targeted marketing has happened online for a very long time now, why is it surprising that it would branch out to brick and mortar? If anything, the enhanced targeting is just an evolution of what loyalty programs have been doing for decades already. In fact, I expect point programs to be a big selling point to encourage adoption of this system.>eschews paper price tags in favor of digital displays
And you've officially lost the environmentalist crowd.>In all seriousness, this will have huge ramifications.
Not really. It's just an evolution of the shopping experience that comes natural with technological growth. I'm sure people complained to the heavens when digital POS systems overtook traditional registers, too.>removing checkouts, and the jobs they come with.
Never going to happen in today's job obsessed political climate. Come back in two decades.>The data collected will be sold to other companies as they continue to try and predict people.
Which already happens, and which countermeasures exist against, just as there will be with this.>The masses will simply let the device tell them what to buy.
Wouldn't be much of a targeted advertising system if it couldn't.>The only way you could improve it is if the device was installed into your hand or something. But that will never happen… right?
If you build it, they will come.
Personally, I can't wait for the implant jailbreaks and open source firmwares that will come about after their release.>Have I gone mad at a simple tech upgrade?
No more than your parents did when their time's tech upgrades came about.
>>822>This system eschews paper price tags in favor of digital displays, enabling shelves to dynamically update prices and display other information
Is this new? We've had e-paper price tags here in Sweden YES for a couple of years now.
i didnt think i would have to cut off my right hand so soon.
>>822>What if we guided what you wanted? What if we guided what you think? What if we guided humanity to a better future?
Thats already happening its been happening since 1945. it ramped up in the 1960's specifically the numerous (((Revolutions))) and civil rights act and the 1967 immigration law.as time passed on from that point shit just kept getting worse and worse, and thus here we are in the jew world order in the current year.
But were they used with a system that's designed to spy on customers, or were they just used to make updating the prices on items easier?
It's the spying and potential for manipulating people that's the main point of the thread.