Some predicted the end of offline commerce due to the rapid development of online commerce through the Internet. The United States decided to influence the situation. Amazon Go’s stores have introduced a combination of artificial intelligence, cameras, and sensors that allow you to make purchases without using a cash register. However, there are drawbacks to this technology: payback is only in the long run and complexity in scaling. Yes, and it is hardly advisable to install hundreds, or even thousands of sensors with cameras in supermarkets of the Target or Walmart scale. Caper can solve the problem fundamentally. It’s about a startup and its product namesake cart, complemented by artificial intelligence. The gadget on wheels has built-in sensors that automatically identify each product, sensors that record the product in the Caper basket, scales that determine the weight of products sold by weight, and a calculator that calculates the total purchase price as a whole. The built-in touch screen displays a list of everything that is in the cart with an image of the product, an indication of the name and price, including at a discount. Having completed the shopping, the buyer can pay for everything using the built-in payment terminal. Large retailers will surely be interested in the novelty. After all, when compared with Amazon Go’s sophisticated camera system, Caper technology seems simple and effective. Now the smart cart is being tested in a limited format. Buyers have so far scanned the barcode manually, and then put the goods into it. The authors of the technology expect to fully automate the process by the end of this year. After that, the technology will be put into operation in 150 American stores.