Food robots are taking orders, flipping burgers, and posing questions
A boxy robot was seen as it finished a test drive, rolling down a San Francisco sidewalk on March 17. Interactive machines and robots are cropping up all across food world. A West Coast hamburger chain, CaliBurger, has invested in a grill master robot Their human servers have been replaced by some of eateries in China with mechanical ones. McDonald’s is testing the usage of touchscreen food out -ordering kiosks.
However, some say it’s going to be several years ahead of the restaurant business becomes inundated with all the types of robots that replace human laborers. When it can, the automation of foot service will happen in strategic places, said University of Notre Dame IT professor Timothy Carone in a dialogue with The Motley Fool.
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Get your fill of bright, frenzied fun at Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant
Toyko’s Robot Restaurant isn’t strictly a restaurant, even though the seats have cafeteria-like trays. And the food you’ll get is more snack box than a proper meal.
The futuristic multi-media cabaret show plays seven days a week in a darkened basement in Tokyo’s red-light district, Kabukicho in Shinjuku.
In this Pakistan restaurant, a robot serves you
A fast food restaurant in Pakistan has become the first eatery in the country to use a robot ‘waitress’ for serving the diners Pizza.com, located in the city of Multan in the Punjab province, is seeing unusual rush of customers after the local media reported about the robot serving food Dawn reported that the robot has been developed by pizzeria owner’s son, an electrical engineering graduate from National University of Science and Technology in Islamabad.
A pizza place in Multan, Pizza.com, is all set to provide robotic waiter service to its customers. The amazing thing is that this robot in question and all of its underlying technology is completely made from the ground up in Pakistan.