‘Just Walk Out’ of this Whole Foods — there are no cashiers but many cameras

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At the entrance of Whole Foods in Sherman Oaks, customers scan a QR code or their palm to begin shopping. Photo courtesy of Whole Foods.

Cameras, sensors, and palm-scanning technology — it’s not science fiction. It’s the new, cashierless Whole Foods in Sherman Oaks.

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