Inside Amazon's Smart Warehouse


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Inside Amazon's Smart Warehouse



Amazon is the world’s biggest retailer, and its CEO Jeff Bezos the world’s richest man, for one very good reason. His company is better than anyone else, ever, at giving people what they want, quickly.

Amazon acquired its undisputed status as heavyweight champion of the retail universe thanks largely to its lightning-fast delivery times. The astonishing feat of ferrying hundreds of millions of items, from guitar strings to saucepans to car parts, directly to your door, inside 24 hours, is nothing short of a modern logistical miracle.

So how does Amazon do it? A super-smart army of slave robots, for one. Ingenious, if occasionally unscrupulous, management practices are part of the answer too. And the modern-day voodoo of deep-learning AI – all of which are made flesh in the most advanced stockrooms the world has ever seen. So join us today, as we button up our hi-vis jacket and journey inside Amazon’s smart warehouses.

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  1. Is nobody blown away by Amazon’s AI knowing we would need masks 3 months before they were mandatory, and I think a month before we even heard of the Rona? How is that not news?

  2. Amazon cleverly predicted a future high demand for face masks. Oh really? Well, since Jeff KNEW about the planned covid plandemic, do you still think it was machine learning, or his association with bill gates?
    FCUK OFF!

  3. I don't know how "smart" Amazon packaging is. I ordered a pair of shoes and I recieved one size 11 and one size 9 but they were both right foot! I could train chimps to do a better job.

  4. I have been at an Amazon FC for almost a year as a stower and I love it. All these negative comments go find another job and quit whining. I guess it's the generation now. I am 49 and have worked hard all my life. My UPH is normally around 300 and I am never below the top 3 on my floor. You work hard and do a good job and you are rewarded.