Do you think a cashier-free store concept would work in Singapore?
The idea should be experimented with.
People can't even park shared bikes responsibly, or return supermarket trolleys after use, or return used plates and trays after meals in hawker centres and fast-food restaurants.
Tan Keng Hua
It will take a long time to perfect it. Our seniors will need to get used to the technology if it appears everywhere.
It is not a wise idea. Just like how cash is still king, cashiers are an almost equal necessity.
Singaporeans' sense of social responsibility is not there yet.
So another job replaced by (machines)?
I'd prefer to engage with humans as I buy my products.