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Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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ICT / Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping
« on: April 30, 2018, 02:56:48 PM »


Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Departments / Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping
« on: April 30, 2018, 02:55:16 PM »
Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Commerce / Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping
« on: April 30, 2018, 02:52:54 PM »
Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Alibaba Tests Smile-and-Pay Facial Recognition Shopping

Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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Amazon isn’t the only e-tailer offering cashierless brick-and-mortar stores. Alibaba’s new Futuremart store in Hangzhou, China, demonstrates its cutting-edge tech and possible scenarios for the future of shopping.
Customers enter the store where facial recognition technology provides identification, while they can scan a QR code with their Taobao, Tmall or Alipay apps so they can shop.
In another twist on facial recognition, the “Happy Go” happiness meter offers discounts for smiling. When you’re done shopping, they just walk out. Facial recognition and RFID technology at the exit confirm identification so Alipay can process the transaction.
A sign on the wall also outlines policies such as the returns/exchange policy or what to do in the event of a payment failure (in both instances, “consult the service desk”).
Amazon Go, which opened in January to the public, also lets you start shopping by scanning the Amazon Go app as they enter the store and pass through the turnstile.
Then they can pick up any item or items they want to purchase and just walk out the door. The bill will be charged directly to their Amazon account, while phones aren’t necessary to shop.
Better Retailing recently teamed up with PayPoint and two top UK convenience retailers for an exclusive study tour of Amazon Go in Seattle.
Panasonic is also testing walk-in/walk-out RFID Checkout with an undisclosed partner in Japan to gauge the customer journey:


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A $1.2 million fundraising campaign by WSU Foundation moved the 500-square-foot original building from its location on campus and kickstarted a renovation project, including installing a replica of the original roof.

A student curator program employed students in academic areas such as history and museum studies to work as docents and update the museum’s content. In addition to showcasing the archival Pizza Hut memorabilia, video screens share oral histories of the store’s founding and the brand’s origin.

In addition to telling the brand’s story—”In 1958, two young Shockers grew their tiny restaurant into the largest pizza restaurant chain in the world. It all started here, in Wichita, Kansas”—the museum highlights Wichita’s past and present entrepreneurial history.

Pizza Hut Museum / The Original Pizza Hut / Wichita Kansas“The Pizza Hut story is the quintessential entrepreneurial success story for Wichita, and it epitomizes how innovation can lead to success,” said Keith Pickus, WSU Foundation vice president for corporate and foundation relations. “We believe its story represents the essence of what we hope to achieve with the Innovation Campus.”

“The story of Pizza Hut is changing lives,” WSU President John Bardo commented. “It’s about willing to take a chance on yourself, about reaching out to your friends, and about caring … That’s the story of Pizza Hut. That’s the story of Wichita State.”

New York City, meanwhile, will be home to The Museum of Pizza for two weeks this fall, when #MoPi will open in Manhattan from Oct. 13-28. While not backed by any particular pizza eatery, partners will pitch in—a testament to the iconic status that pizza still enjoys in a city with an enduring love for the pie.

Billing itself as “the world’s first experiential pizza adventure,” each $35 ticket to the two-week event will include a slice from a guest pizzeria. The space will include interactive selfie opportunities such as an art gallery, a “pizza beach” and a “pizza cave,” all “marvelously ‘grammable” for social media sharing on Instagram and beyond.

“We’re looking at … the reasons why everyone—from the working class to the internet media cool kids and Twitter people—loves pizza so much. It’s less about eating it and more about thinking about it and fetishizing it,” said founder Kareem Rahma.

The pop-up is backed by Nameless Network, the Brooklyn-based viral media company behind Nameless.TV.








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Departments / ইউটিউবে এবার টিভি
« on: April 10, 2017, 01:42:18 AM »
ইউটিউবে এবার টিভি

ভিডিও দেখার ওয়েবসাইট ইউটিউব বুধবার থেকে নতুন প্রজন্মের টিভি দর্শকদের কথা মাথায় রেখে চালু করেছে ‘ইউটিউব টিভি’ সেবা। আপাতত এই সেবা যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের নিউইয়র্ক, লস অ্যাঞ্জেলেস, সান ফ্রানসিসকো এবং অন্য দুটি শহর থেকে ব্যবহার করা যাবে। তবে এই সেবা পেতে হলে একজন গ্রাহককে মাসে ৩৫ ডলার করে খরচ করতে হবে। বিনিময়ে তিনি ৫০টির বেশি চ্যানেল দেখতে পাবেন।

ইউটিউব টিভির ঘোষণা দেওয়া হয়েছিল গত ফেব্রুয়ারিতে। প্রাথমিকভাবে এবিসি, সিবিসি, ফক্স, এনবিসি, ইএসপিএনসহ বেশ কয়েকটি চ্যানেল দেখা যাবে বলে জানানো হয়েছিল। গত বুধবার থেকে শুরু হওয়া এই সেবার মূল আকর্ষণ থাকছে বিবিসি আমেরিকা এবং আইএফসি চ্যানেলসহ এএমসি নেটওয়ার্কস।
গ্রাহকদের জন্য স্বস্তির বিষয় হলো, সেবাটি ৩০ দিনের জন্য বিনা মূল্যে পরখ করে দেখার সুবিধা থাকছে। এ ছাড়া স্মার্টফোন থেকেও ইউটিউব টিভি ব্যবহার করা যাবে। তবে এ ক্ষেত্রে কিছু সুবিধা শিথিল করা হয়েছে।
নতুন প্রজন্মের দর্শকদের জন্য ইউটিউব টিভি সেবাটি চমকপ্রদ হবে। তাই বলে এতে প্রচলিত টিভি প্রয়োজনীয়তা কমে যাবে বলে মনে করছেন না অনেকেই। কারণ মাসে ৩৫ ডলারের বিনিময়ে সেবাটি গ্রহণ করতে গিয়ে প্রায় ৫০ ডলার মূল্যের ব্রডব্যান্ড ইন্টারনেট ব্যয় করতে হবে, যা অনেকের কাছেই বেশ ব্যয়বহুল মনে হতে পারে।
মারিফুল হাসান, সূত্র: রিকোড

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Faculty Forum / ইউটিউবে এবার টিভি
« on: April 10, 2017, 01:42:01 AM »
ইউটিউবে এবার টিভি

ভিডিও দেখার ওয়েবসাইট ইউটিউব বুধবার থেকে নতুন প্রজন্মের টিভি দর্শকদের কথা মাথায় রেখে চালু করেছে ‘ইউটিউব টিভি’ সেবা। আপাতত এই সেবা যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের নিউইয়র্ক, লস অ্যাঞ্জেলেস, সান ফ্রানসিসকো এবং অন্য দুটি শহর থেকে ব্যবহার করা যাবে। তবে এই সেবা পেতে হলে একজন গ্রাহককে মাসে ৩৫ ডলার করে খরচ করতে হবে। বিনিময়ে তিনি ৫০টির বেশি চ্যানেল দেখতে পাবেন।

ইউটিউব টিভির ঘোষণা দেওয়া হয়েছিল গত ফেব্রুয়ারিতে। প্রাথমিকভাবে এবিসি, সিবিসি, ফক্স, এনবিসি, ইএসপিএনসহ বেশ কয়েকটি চ্যানেল দেখা যাবে বলে জানানো হয়েছিল। গত বুধবার থেকে শুরু হওয়া এই সেবার মূল আকর্ষণ থাকছে বিবিসি আমেরিকা এবং আইএফসি চ্যানেলসহ এএমসি নেটওয়ার্কস।
গ্রাহকদের জন্য স্বস্তির বিষয় হলো, সেবাটি ৩০ দিনের জন্য বিনা মূল্যে পরখ করে দেখার সুবিধা থাকছে। এ ছাড়া স্মার্টফোন থেকেও ইউটিউব টিভি ব্যবহার করা যাবে। তবে এ ক্ষেত্রে কিছু সুবিধা শিথিল করা হয়েছে।
নতুন প্রজন্মের দর্শকদের জন্য ইউটিউব টিভি সেবাটি চমকপ্রদ হবে। তাই বলে এতে প্রচলিত টিভি প্রয়োজনীয়তা কমে যাবে বলে মনে করছেন না অনেকেই। কারণ মাসে ৩৫ ডলারের বিনিময়ে সেবাটি গ্রহণ করতে গিয়ে প্রায় ৫০ ডলার মূল্যের ব্রডব্যান্ড ইন্টারনেট ব্যয় করতে হবে, যা অনেকের কাছেই বেশ ব্যয়বহুল মনে হতে পারে।
মারিফুল হাসান, সূত্র: রিকোড

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