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This popular burger chain offers robots to cook your food

It is possible that you will soon be welcomed by the sarma recept kulinarika new staff member at your favourite fast-food restaurant. White Castle is testing a innovative new product. Technology is always being improved.

Robots and other technologies are used by many grocery stores to scan shelves and identify the shelves that need replenishment. This decreases the number of employees working on the floor, and is safer, particularly during outbreaks of coronavirus.

White Castle’s robot makes french fries, however, it isn’t used to scan or stock. According to WBBJ Jackson, Tennessee, the big robotic arm makes use of artificial Intelligence (AI) to catch raw fries and then place them in oil for fry. The robot gives fries a shake each now and again to ensure that they are distributed evenly. Because they don’t have to communicate with one another while cooking, workers can become more social.

Miso Robotics was responsible in creating the machine. USA Today reports that Flippy will soon be the brand new machine that makes burgers for the chain.

White Castle released a statement declaring that the new system will enable autonomous frying to be used for increased production, better labour distribution, and an additional layer of health and safety when cooking.

White Castle claims that robots won’t replace workers. Robotic food preparation allows humans to take on other tasks, including cleaning and delivering orders.

Flippy was also tried in another California hamburger restaurant (reports say it was slow). In 2018, Flippy was spotted flipping chicken nuggets as well as tater tots at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.