- Amazon’s fridge would use some of the computer-vision tech found in Amazon Go cashierless stores.
- The company has been investing at least $50 million a year into the project, sources told Insider.
- This would be Amazon’s latest move into consumers’ homes with its own devices.
Amazon is developing a refrigerator that can automatically scan for low-stock items or expiring products and make refill orders — using some of the computer-vision technology found in Amazon Go cashierless stores, Insider has learned.
Amazon’s physical-stores unit, which created the “just walk out” technology powering the Go stores, is leading the fridge project. This team is responsible for other cutting-edge products found in Amazon stores, such as the smart shopping cart called the Dash Cart and the Amazon One…