Amazon supermarkets abandon automatic checkout. The technology worked surprisingly well and Amazon has also implemented it in the stores of some partners, such as the American airport store chain Hudson Nonstop.

But now she seems determined to change the model. According to The Information publication, the company has begun to eliminate the technology from several of its stores. They will still not have a traditional cashier, but now they depend on smart shopping carts in which the user scans the different products as they make the purchase. When you finish making your purchase, you can pay on the cart screen itself, without having to queue at a checkout.