There's a new type of convenience store in town, and it's a little bit different than the ones that have thrived up to this point. Just this past month, after a lengthy testing phase, Amazon, www.amazon.com, opened its Amazon Go convenience store in Seattle, Wash., a first-of-its-kind retail experience that relies on various technologies to do the job of human cashiers. That's right, say goodbye to the human-cashier experience. Amazon Go offers Just Walk Out Shopping, which leverages computer vision, sensor fusion, and deep-learning technologies to enable checkout-less shopping sprees within its 1,800-sq.ft. retail space. The store offers a variety of ready-to-eat meal, snack options, and meal kits, alongside grocery staples.