Walmart Robots Working Store Aisles, Checking Stock

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Explore with Rick : Trust me this is taking over human jobs. I don't trust it.

northpappyflappy : Can't wait to get ran over by the robot and get that check$$

Lenard Segnitz : "It's not replacing workers"... nonsense, of course it's replacing workers. They wouldn't be buying robots if they didn't replace workers. Walmart is not a charity to provide people with jobs.

GALLOxFINO M4 : Deport the robots they are taking our jobs lol

Omnipotent Dwarf : Can you ask it questions? Does it speak English? At my local Walmart if you have a question, you have to ask eight workers before you find one that speaks English.

J B : This robot would break down after doing a half an aisle at my store with all the plugged items, bad top stock, missing or flipped over labels and general out of place stuff like ice cream in the chemical aisle...

big red's outdoor adventures : This doesn't mean that anyone is going to hurry up and restock the shelves.

Michael Petersen : there goes walmart taking more jobs away. just like self check out

james w : Rich they're working on a robot right now to replace your job of explaining a robot.

erzan : Goodbye jobs for the low skilled and working poor . . . 😔

CJTurner : Well, when you pressurize large corporations to increase min wage, this is what happens.

rosmer00 : If you think this will only affect the low skilled, You don't understand economics, every people displaced from the market is people that don't participate purchasing services & products, the worst Winter in human history is coming...unless some miracle happen where the psychopath at the top agree some kind of UBI is needed.. the alternative if Full on Class Warfare...When the poor have nothing else to eat, they eat the rich.

woofdawgg69 : I will be sabotaging those

William Presley : We need robots to make hamburgers, fries and run the milkshake machine

monkeyman522 : Great idea and concept. Only problem is some walmartian or their kids will come along and knock this over onto the ground and damage or destroy it in no time.

Antonio APC79 : Are you related to Doug demuro ?

Dr. Zoidberg : As someone who currently works at Walmart, this is absolutely the best choice for the company. When you're talking about the folks who actually stock the shelves (at least in my experience) maybe 20-30% of them actually consistently care about doing a good job & making sure that everything is done properly. The rest of the people are plugging stock where it doesn't belong, improperly top stocking items, sending stuff back as overstock that should have been put on the shelves, giving incorrect floor & shelf cap counts, etc. For instance, the amount of time that my shift spends every day correcting the mistakes of the night shift ranges from 1 hour all the way up to 5 hours on a bad day. I cannot even imagine the amount of money that Walmart would save from using these robots -- not just in wages, but in regained productivity.

Just Cringe Diversity Channel : Can I let the kids take a ride on the robot?

rogert151 : Ok its starting, where is my fixed income check now ?🤔😁

ctoyota213 : NEW WORLD 🌎 ORDER

Russ Olson : "I know what you're thinking, is the robot taking jobs? No, it's only doing what people do but better." Wtf he really said that, to paraphrase.

J Shepard : Walmart's worst robot will be more productive than its best employee.

Douglas Wayne : As robots take over more and more jobs and leave human workers with no source of income, eventually everyone will realize why we even need income at all. Since robots do all the work, why not let them work to support us? And if they provide for us, why do we even need money at all? First, products and services will be very cheap (because it will not cost as much to run a robot as it would to hire a human). Then as robots become self replicating and self-fixing, it will cost nothing to run them. That is when everything will be free - at least basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, energy, etc. Anything else that requires human creativity and labor will rightfully cost money. So, for example, if you want a fancy purse designed by a human, you will have to pay. But if you just want a functional bag made by robots, then it is free. Think about it!

OCDTraci : On one hand, this is really cool. But on the other, this isn't so great news for those with little to no skills. Like it or not, this is only the beginning and jobs are GOING to disappear. What I find funny is for the amount of money they spent on a robot, they could probably have several human bodies working and getting paid. Sad.

Shari Lyn : I’d rather see a human doing it

chris corona : Robot stole my job! Now heading to the welfare office, thank you trump for making America great again!

willyF : And soon we have the poor 10x more...

rickster348 : - it's not practical, there's too many variables, stuff get's moved, knocked over, etc.

BigMack9737 : I liked the end where he acted like a goofball then straightened up and acted all serious when he saw those people behind him

Ο Τελευταίος Αλκιμος : In onother room. -John you know...we byed a new robot. -Yes boss...I saw it yesterday!! -Well John....it's doing great..so...YOU FIRED.

Crispy Videos : so Wal-Mart doesn't know how much a store initially got in stock and how much they sold?

BobEckert56 : This means that so much stuff is being stolen, they can't trust the reports from the UPC scanners at the checkouts and the inventory control system. Ha!

BiffTannen2015 : I have 5 Walmarts in a 10 mile radius.. it would be nice to finally have a competent employee in at least one store.. this robot will change that.. bye bye minimum wage losers!!

Sulfen : If this thing came to my stores it would either get shot, pissed on, or tipped over. People of walmart are weird.

Kamil Kuzmicki : Wait till it runs over a kid if the sensor breaks 🤣, then we need to get workers back

BEAVACUDA : Robots don't care about anyone's politics. They're going to win...and I love it

Rodrigo Melotto : Just after the machine scan him a message came out trough the store speakers: "Sector 9 clean corridor 8, sector 9 clean corridor 8"

Technologiesforlife : why they can't just use labels and barcodes? when one item sold it can be counted.

Jake M : This is good. This type of technology should replace men and women that used to scan products. It's what happens when you don't have a useful skill or have learned a marketable trade. The more Americans we can get designing and creating this type of technology will make us a stronger country. Do we want a United States of America twenty years from now to be scanning merchandise, cleaning floors, and laboring over other menial tasks? Or, do we want U.S citizens coding, and designing the technology of tomorrow? I know what I'd opt for...

Phillip Haley : Robots should be banned...they are taking our jobs....And if we dont have jobsthen we dont have money to pay for food...Wake up World and make a stand....BAN ROBOTS THAT TAKE HUMAN JOBS.

z0m813 : Yeah so i could scan a department faster than that thing

Joseph D : That thing will be in the shoppers way, it takes up most of the aisle width. I would shop somewhere else.

Justin DeMuro : 6:09 for the good part

Walter Foster : Getting more and more where I don't like Walmart have friends that work at Walmart. Will go and visit them. Refuse to shop there. Can get what i need at dollar store. And local grocery store. After the impeach 45, clothing at Walmart. Then the self check outs. Now robots Walmart just lost my business. Just called walmart (1800walmart}. And had to sit on hold for 15 min. When i did get someone. I told them they just lost a lifetime customer. I said I have friends who work for Walmart, i will not purchase from Walmart. First the self check outs taking away jobs, then this stupid robot scanner. The straw that broke the camels back was the impeach 45 clothing. That did it for me. You know we had to put up with obama for 8 years never done anything good for this Country. You never heard us screaming impeach him. 8 years celebrating muslim holidays in our capital. Turing the outside of our capital gay colors. Trying to get transgender restrooms. We're anybody can use any restroom. 8 long years we put up wit his crap. Sending jobs overseas. Running this country in the ground. But did you see us threatening people. Taring stuff up. No. So Walmart ask target how transgender bathrooms worked out for them. How much money they lost because people don't shop at them anymore. Do go ahead Walmart. But as far as me. You just lost a customer.

tubetop123 : There goes more jobs This video went on like 6min too long

Trackman2007 : Walmart says - "this is not to replace human workers" and then goes "YET, haha..ha-haha-ha".

marmaly : Moron. Has no idea what is happening. First, if an item is not on the shelf it does not tell the cloud. It checks for on hand inventory and generates a move request or refill. If no stock, then an order. It can also find misplaced items which is a huge thing to highlight. Second, it looks at price to be sure it matches the system price, I.e. are the physical tags up to date. He moved the pet bed to another shelf. That is not the basis for different price claims at the cash. It's when the physical tag for the item being wrong.

Geoffrey Moran : Who in the hell cares. Boycott Walmart.

Ranga Reviews : 5:43 lol

Jimmy Grant : Today I’m going to review the quirks and features of this robot. Oh wait wrong channel.