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International Business Times: 5 Tech Trends Expected To Shape Retail Through The End Of The Year As Result Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Tech Trends Expected To Shape Retail Through The End Of The Year As Result Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

Technology firm Shekel Brainweigh said 87% of respondents to its global consumer survey indicated they would choose stores with self-checkout over those with only cashier lines.

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Mashable: As protests spread, misinformation in Facebook Groups tears small towns apart

As protests spread, misinformation in Facebook Groups tears small towns apart

Jean-Claude Goldenstein, founder and CEO of CREOPoint, discusses how the spread of fake news about the protests is reminiscent of what happened with coronavirus misinformation.

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Kiosk Marketplace: How self-service equipment helps define the 'new normal' against COVID-19

How self-service equipment helps define the 'new normal' against COVID-19

Shekel, a provider of AI-powered advanced weighing solutions, has introduced Fast Track, a touchless machine-learning, cloudless self-checkout solution for supermarkets. Shekel's Fast Track eliminates the need for consumers to enter product codes via touchscreens by automatically recognizing produce, bakery and specialty items.

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Chain Drug Review: Shekel's Fast Track answers urgent call for touchless self-checkout

Shekel's Fast Track answers urgent call for touchless self-checkout

With social distancing driving an urgent consumer demand for touchless grocery self-checkout, Shekel, the leader in AI-powered advanced weighing solutions, brings to market the Fast Track – the first touchless machine-learning, cloudless self-checkout solution enabler.

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MarketWatch: Bubble-wrap maker Sealed Air and Simplehuman CEOs are prepping for a touchless future after coronavirus pandemic

Bubble-wrap maker Sealed Air and Simplehuman CEOs are prepping for a touchless future after coronavirus pandemic

A study by Shekel Brainweigh, an Israeli company specializing in advanced weighing systems, shows that 87% of U.S. consumers would prefer a shopping experience with more touchless and self-checkout options. Nearly three-quarters of shoppers use self-checkout frequently.

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Retail Customer Experience: The consumer after COVID-19

The consumer after COVID-19

Nearly two-thirds of consumers are changing their grocery shopping habits in response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent consumer survey from Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., a provider of weighing technologies.

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MediaPost: 87% Prefer Stores with Touchless Checkout During COVID-19: Study

87% Prefer Stores with Touchless Checkout During COVID-19: Study

Most shoppers would prefer to shop in stores with touchless self-checkout options, according to a new survey by Shekel.

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Kiosk Marketplace: Hitachi, Shekel Brainweigh team on autonomous shopping solution

Hitachi, Shekel Brainweigh team on autonomous shopping solution

Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., a provider of weighing technology, and Hitachi today unveiled Capsule, a framework for an autonomous micro-market solution based on Hitachi's LiDAR sensors and Shekel's Product Aware Shelves, according to a press release.

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MediaPost: Shoppers Want Better Self-Checkout Tech

Shoppers Want Better Self-Checkout Tech

Nearly all (89%) consumers say they want self-checkout machines that can automatically identify items, according to the study, comprising a survey of 270 U.S. adults conducted by Shekel Brainweigh.

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VMblog: DEI 2020 Predictions: Data, Workflows, and AI

DEI 2020 Predictions: Data, Workflows, and AI

Last year, I made predictions about gigabit WAN connectivity and non-public data distribution workflows. In 2020, enterprises should consider workflow diversification and AI practicalities.

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EE Times: Industry 4.0 Drives New Perspective on PCB Manufacturing

Industry 4.0 Drives New Perspective on PCB Manufacturing

“PCB users and AI systems want to know everything they can about every PCB coming off the production line. New advanced traceability techniques associated with process control and visualization capabilities can tell them a lot."

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EDN: PCB factories embrace AI

PCB factories embrace AI

The evolution of PCBs from large and antiquated “printed wiring boards” to today’s fine-line designs on high-density interconnect PCBs, IC substrates and more, has been matched by manufacturing processes that have evolved from manual assembly to highly automated production. As manufacturing technology further develops, processes become more complex and more sophisticated, including the ability to inspect and then shape defects that would once have resulted in scrapped panels. A significant opportunity is now emerging for the PCB manufacturing industry to capitalize on artificial intelligence (AI) and optimize production processes and, ultimately, the entire PCB manufacturing facility.