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Topic: Cashiers - on an output

Here AI crept imperceptibly.

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: here AI crept imperceptibly. Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. So certainly it is convenient, but  such shop will sell only expensive products that does not approach for  to a planet part.

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: AI crept imperceptibly. Where machines which decompose the goods on regiments? Also accept that that clients brought reversely? And  for those who wants something .

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: N> Hello, the Miner, you wrote:>> here>> AI crept imperceptibly. N> well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. N> so certainly it is convenient, but  such shop will sell only expensive products that does not approach for  to a planet part. The shop from a roller sells normal cheap things. And generally - we wait, we look, as affairs go.

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: AI crept imperceptibly. If so to think - that what for shops are necessary? I.e. you take a wheelbarrow, walk as the fool and collect on different shelves the same goods of times in a week Nafiga? After all it is possible to push simply a button - and these goods at you appear at home. After all it is more convenient?

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: AI crept imperceptibly. I near the house still had about 5 years ago a shop the Magnolia. And so, there you could approach itself to the automatic machine, independently scan labels, also independently weigh fruit and vegetables, to pay a card and to leave with purchases. But yes, not , , , .

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: N>> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. N>> so certainly it is convenient, but  such shop will sell only expensive products that does not approach for  to a planet part. The shop from a roller sells normal cheap things. Not, there expensive products. Price lists - 1.7 dollars for 340 lemonade, for other drinks from 3.4 to 8 flickered. In the normal countries/shops the same costs <<1 dollar.

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: N> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. It where?

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Hello, the Miner, you wrote: AI crept imperceptibly. It before the first attack of Blacks or migrants

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Hello, Vanja Pervachev, you wrote: N>> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. > it where? Rather recently so it was bought in Lende. P.S. Now, of course,  home delivery. So we order a great bulk of products which it is not necessary to look before purchase.

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Hello, MTD, you wrote: MTD> I near the house still had about 5 years ago a shop the Magnolia. And so, there you could approach itself to the automatic machine, independently scan labels, also independently weigh fruit and vegetables, to pay a card and to leave with purchases. But yes, not , , , . Or the same  take -  ostensibly only it and use. But and the driver the same  is more convenient for the user - and the driver knows a route to the order, instead of a pig in a poke, both the user can order and a minivan and the machine with a children's seat.

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Hello, Vanja Pervachev, you wrote: > before the first attack of Blacks or migrants Cashiers do not rescue it from attack of the zombie.

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AI crept imperceptibly. I all wait who the first sorting by a vial names machine intelligence. My forecast: it happens before 2025.

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> After all it is possible to push simply a button - and these goods at you appear at home. After all it is more convenient? Like already there are refrigerators which are able to order products.

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Hello, Muxa, you wrote: M> I all wait who the first sorting by a vial names machine intelligence. It is possible to name machine intelligence even a drain tank of a toilet bowl.

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S> After all it is possible to push simply a button - and these goods at you appear at home. After all it is more convenient? Such services are. Use.

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N>> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. > it where? Peter. A tape. You take on an input the scanner, you type the goods in a basket, scanning each bar code. You approach to cash register, you scan QR the cash register code, and it forms the check with that that you typed. You pay and is free.

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Here AI crept imperceptibly. Yes-yes, same AI.

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Hello, kov_serg, you wrote: _> And  for those who wants something . And about a canceling of security guards nobody spoke

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Hello, Vanja Pervachev, you wrote: N>> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. > it where? A magnet, self-service cash registers. Even at me in . Normal cash registers too are, but normal simultaneously 1-2 , and self-service permanently six normally work like.

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Hello, Vanja Pervachev, you wrote: > N> Well technically speaking even in Russia a heap of shops is where cashiers service only a small part of clients, and remaining - punch purchases independently. > it where? For example here 35.894789%2 56.828562 avalon/2.0.3

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> If so to think - that what for shops are necessary? I.e. you take a wheelbarrow, walk as the fool and collect on different shelves the same goods of times in a week Nafiga? And if time and again in a week, and not same?... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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AI crept imperceptibly. That it is pleasant to me in this technology that it is possible to hand over empty bottles at the price of the full

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Hello, pagid, you wrote: S>> If so to think - that what for shops are necessary? I.e. you take a wheelbarrow, walk as the fool and collect on different shelves the same goods of times in a week Nafiga? P> And if time and again in a week, and not same? In a context of delivery of meal - the remark beside the point.

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_>> And  for those who wants something . F> And about a canceling of security guards nobody spoke My old acquaintance still and States had a good time so -  from the cheap goods took a picture, printed houses, and then glued atop in shop on expensive goods. And on self-service cash register spared more than 2000 dollars) And no protection helped - all became on their eyes