Autonomous Delivery of Food Is Coming -- and We Are Thrilled About It

Driverless delivery is coming. And we are thrilled about it. From your groceries to that late night pizza, it may all, one day, just show up on its own. Watch how now!
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How much would you love it if a bottle of wine airdropped to at front door?

We can't be the only one that thinks that's the greatest idea since the microwave.

And clearly we're not. Driver-less delivery is happening. It's being tested by the likes of Uber, Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report , Toyota (TM) - Get Report and Domino's Pizza (DPZ) - Get Report  .

Kroger (KR) - Get Report , the largest U.S supermarket chain, recently announced that it's also testing driver-less grocery delivery.

They are teaming up with electric-vehicle startup Nuro Inc. to figure out how to get your groceries to your front door, without the delivery person.

And we know the pizza companies are talking about it. Former Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle talked to us about it to TheStreet several few months ago.

He said the self-driving car hype is real. "I think 10 years from now, it's going to be the majority of transportation." 

So watch the video above and get ready. Driver-less delivery is coming.

And we are thrilled about it.

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