Let's talk Amazon. There is a BBC article today which mentions Amazon opens its first 'supermarket with no checkouts' in Seattle. You probably remember hearing about this a while back...it's taken them some time to get things working properly (Dec 2016 they opened the shop to staff for testing).
In the article it says 'there were some teething problems with correctly identifying shoppers of similar body types - and children moving items to the wrong places on shelves, according to an Amazon insider.'
➕So the obvious positive is a faster shopping experience.
➖But, I'm not sure I'd like ceiling mounted cameras and electronic sensors identifying and tracking me as I wander round the shop. Maybe I'm the minority, most ppl seem happy to share their thoughts and data with big companies, but I do wonder if they stop to think 🤔.
Having just done a course on #GDPR I can't see these shops opening in Europe in 2018. The regulation encourages companies to ensure customers provide consent before their data can be processed. So how does Amazon get around this, well very easily 😂 - I'd suggest via the Amazon Go App (which you scan upon entry), Amazon could simply put a consent box 'by using our shopping experience you consent to us processing your data. This helps improve our service for you'.
A more interesting area to explore is, to what extent will Amazon use the data'. If you have data on every movement a customer makes in your store, you can justify (supported via data) the layout of products. This could lead to an increased price to stock products in certain areas. Moreover, they could explore variable pricing at different times of the day. It's an interesting world out there 😉.
If you have prime, you pay online prices for books in store, if you don't, you pay RRP #brutal 😆
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