Eight out of the top ten jobs that employ the majority of Americans currently have a more than 90 percent probability of being replaced by robots in the coming years. People who don’t want to open their eyes to the futuristic reality of robot job takeovers might want to look elsewhere than this article. It’s happening right now.
In what could be a prototype of future fast food restaurants, a burger joint in San Francisco appears to be in the works that will feature a machine that can produce 400 made-to-order hamburgers an hour — the process is fully autonomous, meaning it can slice toppings, grill a patty, and assemble and bag the burger without any help from humans, Tech Insider reported.
The machine first debuted in 2012 by Momentum Machines, but little happened until January of this year, when the company applied for a building permit to convert a retail space into a restaurant, according to Hoodline.com.
“Our device isn’t meant to make employees more efficient,” the company’s co-founder, Alexandros Vardakostas, told the tech news site Xconomy. “It’s meant to completely obviate them.”
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