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Walmart reveals it's tracking checkout theft with AI-powered cameras in 1,000 stores (WMT)

Walmart reveals it's tracking checkout theft with AI-powered cameras in 1,000 stores (WMT)
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Walmart is using computer vision technology to monitor checkouts and deter potential theft and other causes of shrink in more than 1,000 stores, the company confirmed to Business Insider.




The surveillance program, internally called Missed Scan Detection, uses cameras to help identify and correct checkout scanning errors and failures.




Ireland-based Everseen is one of several companies supplying Walmart with the technology for its Missed Scan Detection program.




"We are continuously investing in people, programs and technology to keep our stores and communities safe," a Walmart spokeswoman said.




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Walmart is using computer vision technology to monitor checkouts and deter potential theft in more than 1,000 stores, the company confirmed to Business Insider.
The surveillance program, which Walmart refers to internally as Missed Scan Detection, uses cameras to help identify checkout scanning errors and failures.
The cameras track and analyze activities at both self-checkout registers and those manned by Walmart cashiers. When a potential issue arises, such as an item moving past a checkout scanner without getting scanned, the technology notifies checkout attendants so they can intervene.
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