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Sizara42 t1_ir9owxo wrote

I'd guess it's cheaper (combo of time and money) to do a robotic arm instead of trying to retrofit a whole fast food kitchen to adapt to robots instead of humans.

I'm personally more a fan of the robot cat waiter. It can carry three full serving trays full of food and tells you which tray your food is on. It still needs to have a human supervise the guests to make sure they take the right food, but... let's them get big table orders without risk of dropping them.


ScoobyDeezy t1_irbnsd3 wrote

There’s a place in KC that delivers food to your table via miniature train. It’s nothing but a novelty, because service is slooooooow.

Granted, a train track presents a specific problem in only being able to serve one table at a time.