Automated, Tablet-Heavy Restaurant Sued For Being Inaccessible to the Blind
Not everybody is thrilled about our robotic future.
Robots Are Flipping Your Burgers, But They’re Not Taking Everyone's Jobs
And our economy probably isn’t going to crash because of driverless cars and barista-less coffeeshops. Probably.
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Eatsa Removes Humans From Your Lunch Buying Experience
Trade in boring human interactions for stone-cold, robot-like efficiency.
This Fast Food CEO Thinks Robots Might Be the Future of the Restaurant Industry
With the rise of the machines already upon us and a growing demand for better wages in fast food restaurants, some shrewd executives are realizing that it might be cheaper to just replace imperfect humans with more “polite” robots.
San Francisco's First Automated Cafe Signals a Delicious, Terrifying Future
This week marks the debut of Eatsa, a quick-service quinoa bowl “unit” (as one owner called it) billing itself as San Francisco’s premiere “automated cafe.” I went there to get a taste of our robotic future.