Standard Cognition to Open Cashier-Free San Francisco Store


Startup Standard Cognition, which specializes in artificial intelligence (AI)-inspired checkout, has announced plans to open a cashier-free, convenience-style store in San Francisco. Spread across 1,900 sq. ft., the Standard Market store will be equipped with cameras and AI to track the movements of shoppers, Business Insider reports, while only allowing three shoppers in the store at a time. Open to the public only two days each week, the concept will gauge interest among consumers before expanding to three days a week later this month.

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