Bots! A.I. Revolutionizes Food Service in Japan, One Day the World
Will chefs and wait staff one day be obsolete? A new breed of Japanese food-making and food-serving robots says yes. For now, they work as temporary staff, according to a Reuters report, but soon may be found in fine dining establishments around the globe. They flip pancakes, arrange sushi, and chop cucumbers while wearing a sideways baseball cap--just like people! [The Feedbag via Eat Me Daily]
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