Amazon’s first grocery store is planned to be open in Seattle next year. But it wouldn’t be your average grocery store. There will be no cashiers, no registers and no lines. The store will be called Amazon Go and all you need is an app of the same name to automatically add the products to your shopping cart. Then you can leave the store without waiting in a checking line and Amazon will automatically charge your Amazon account. The size of the store will be about 167 square meters (1,800 square feet) which is relatively small compared with big supermarkets. Amazon plans to open 2,000 of such grocery stores across the US in the next 10 years.
Academy Award-nominated animator and filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt imagines what life would be like if the Simpsons travelled far, far into the future.