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i think this could well become the future of shopping, or a robot that goes and collects everything for you?eliminate you entering the store...
i like this thing i think this could well become the future of shopping, or a robot that goes and collects everything for you?eliminate you entering the store...
It wont matter if we are all fat , the robots will be doing everything. Then the robots will build robots that build robots.
Shopping cart theft can be a costly problem with stores that use them. Often the carts end up in apartment complexes, low-income housing, bus stops or locations where the person doing the shopping is unlikely to own a car. The carts, which cost between $75 and $100 each, have been used for such purposes as barbecue pits, go-carts, laundry trolleys and even shelters, or they are simply abandoned. Because such losses can be substantial (up to $800 million globally lost every year), stores have resorted to various systems to prevent theft. Stores may use one or more of these systems (i.e., cart retrieval and electronic).
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