By Madeline Spear
Amazon released plans for their latest project on Monday, a high-tech storefront that runs solely on modern technology, no cashiers required.
According to New York Post, the store combines high-tech sensors and artificial intelligence that allow shoppers to swipe an app as they enter, then shop away.
The sensors keep track of the items you take off (and put back on) the shelf. When you are done shopping, you simply leave the store and the groceries are charged to your Amazon account.
The 1,800 square foot storefront is located in Seattle, and is only open to Amazon employees at this point in time.
Amazon Go plans to open its doors to the public within the next year.