A Canadian company is set to announce a $20-million investment in new machines designed to help Amazon’s customers.
“We’re building the future of retail, but we’re building it for the consumers,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in an interview with CBC News.
Bezos said he expects the new machines will be “very fast and extremely efficient” and will be designed to do the job better than Amazon’s existing retail systems.
Amazon’s Amazon Machine Tools Amazon has invested $1.4 billion in machine tools over the past four years, according to research firm IDC, and the company has been focused on automation for decades.
The company has created more than 200 robots and more than 1,000 automated assistants that are now used by more than 60 million people worldwide.
Many of the machines are based on existing Amazon warehouses and warehouses have been expanding their use of robotics to help manage inventory and inventory systems.
Amazon said it will be looking to create its own automated systems for more than one-third of its customers, and Bezos said he thinks the company will have more than 50,000 such machines by 2021.
Bezos has said Amazon will build machines that can be used by every Amazon shopper, and in some cases that could include Amazon’s own customers.
“If I want to use a machine in my warehouse, I can get a robot,” he said.
In an interview last year with CBC’s Marketplace, Bezos said the company was “very excited” to see more automation technology becoming available, and that the company’s machines could be used for everything from shopping to buying books.
“The whole goal is to make it so that you can buy something on Amazon, so that it’s not just a physical product, but you can also do more with it,” he told Marketplace.
We want to be the first in the world, in the future, to be able to do all these things with robots that we already do with our hands,” Bezos said.”
But we want to do it in the way that’s most efficient for our customers, so it’s possible for people to do that with just one machine.
“Bezos did not give an exact timeline for when Amazon will have machines that are able to perform many of the same tasks, but he said that he hopes to make the technology available by 2020.”
I think that it would take a couple of years, maybe even longer, but I think that we’re going to be really excited about that,” he added.