August 11, 2014
According to Momentum Machines, a fast food outlet spends $ 135,000 a year in salaries for employees who are responsible for preparing hamburgers. The preparation environment makes this task not particularly pleasant – stress, sanitary requirements – and substituting ‘human cooks’ for ‘robotic cooks’ is the solution to the problem for them.
These types of robots are part of an increasing automation of certain processes, no longer industrial, but almost handmade, which could displace a good part of the traditional workload carried out by human beings. In Momentum Machines they defend themselves by arguing that these base positions will mean that instead of them more positions with greater preparation are needed, for engineers and technicians whose tasks cannot (yet) be performed by robots.
via This robot is capable of preparing 360 hamburgers per hour.
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