Amazon’s Smart Fridge Knows Exactly what You’re Eating

The smart refrigerator that Amazon (apparently) is working on should keep an eye on all of these culinary shortcomings and help you take care of a regular supply of groceries that are running out of stock.

According to unconfirmed reports, the team behind Amazon Go, the company’s freezer supermarket chain, has been working for about two years to develop a refrigerator that will use the stores’ scanning technology and inventory management. So if we take as an example the default of the pots, which as we know some prefer to store in the refrigerator to keep them crisp, the refrigerator will recognize the inevitable crisis and offer to purchase a package, or ten, new ones.

The only minefield: Amazon’s refrigerator is likely to interface with its own stores and food platforms, such as Amazon Fresh online and the physical Whole Foods Market, and may place orders only through them. So if they do not hold beads, we’re in trouble.

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The smart refrigerator that Amazon (apparently) is working on should keep an eye on all of these culinary shortcomings and help you take care of a regular supply of groceries that are running out of stock.

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