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Amazon is opening a physical grocery store in Los Angeles as early as 2019 with leases for two more stores in 2020.
Shares of other grocery stores dropped when the news was announced, and there is speculation that Amazon may also enter the pharmacy market.
Sara Chizek is Senior Product Marketing Manager for Amazon Grocery, which includes their AmazonFresh, Prime Now, Whole Foods, and Restaurant segments), though it isn’t clear if this will include the free-standing grocery stores.
In September 2018, Amazon hired Patrick Waldron, Vice President of Real Estate and Business Development at Save-A-Lot Food Stores, fueling the speculations around the company’s grocery store plans, though his LinkedIin profile lists him as simply “Real Estate” at Amazon.
MullenLoweLA was Whole Foods creative agency of record for its initial campaign after Amazon acquired it, though it is unclear whether Amazon will use this agency for its burgeoning grocery store segment.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI-AS-A-SERVICE)
Amazon is pushing AI-as-a-service as a growing business line, "putting the basic tools of AI in the hands of its cloud computing and developer community."
Amazon's AI patents indicate they are working on turning Alexa into an AI assistant that can understand "natural human language," creating facial recognition technology, developing autonomous vehicles, autonomous drones, behavioral analytics related to cybersecurity, and wireless heart rate detection technology.
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