SoftBank Vision Fund 2 led the round which also attracted SK Networks and will enable Standard Cognition to deploy its autonomous checkout system in hundreds of stores.

US-based autonomous checkout system developer Standard Cognition secured $150m in a series C round yesterday led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, an investment vehicle for telecommunications group SoftBank. SK Networks, an energy, steel and automotive subsidiary of conglomerate SK Group, also took part in the round, as did CRV, EQT Ventures, TI Platform Management and…

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