Aren't they out of season right now?
'World's first' robot kitchen cooks for visitors at CES Asia in Shanghai
So, what can this robot kitchen do?
Chef Tim Anderson, a former winner of the BBC's Masterchef competition, acted as a recipe consultant, developing the crab bisque dish that was served to visitors at CES Asia. “I chose crab bisque as a dish because it’s a real challenge for human chef to make well, never mind a machine," Anderson said. "If it can cook a bisque, it can do stir-fries and we’re looking forward to teaching it many more recipes in the months to come.”
So, if it can make a complicated dish like crab bisque, how do you think it will do with burgers and fries, or tacos, or Pizza?
Automated ordering Kiosks, robot kitchens, drone deliveries, sounds like to me jobs filled by minimum wage earners will soon be going to robots. So keep pushing for a $15 an hour minimum wage. All you will do is hasten these large companies to automate and then the only job to be had in fast food will be repair man, and that is skilled labor, not exactly a job you give to a teenager, or an uneducated adult, or someone who has a criminal past. Congratualtions on destroying the lower class job.
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"Bill Nye is a scientist only in the sense that Martin Sheen was the President."
More than 1,200 emails of more than 30,000 turned over to the State Department by Hillary Clinton have been deemed personal by National Archives officials -- and will never be required to be made part of the public record.
That's in addition to 31,000 emails that the public will never see because Clinton, who is now running for president, decided herself that they were personal and destroyed them before turning over her email files to the State Department. Clinton's excisions were reported by her lawyer, David Kendall.
David Letterman was barely out the door before much of his Late Show set was dismantled and thrown into a dumpster.
New York City summer tourist season is well underway. After a great day of sight-seeing, what better way to stave off hunger than with a classic city snack—the hot dog.
But visitors beware. One vendor near the World Trade Center memorial site was recently caught overcharging naïve customers, allegedly charging as much as $30 for one hot dog.
NBC 4 was tipped off to Ahmed Mohammed’s shady practices, and asked the vendor how much he charges for a hot dog. After several seconds of nervous hesitation, he responds $3. But the crew soon caught him trying to sell one man named David a hot dog and pretzel for $15. Several customers told the station that the vendor had charged them $15, $20 or even $30 for a single hot dog.
Authorities say a 73-year-old BASE jumper who died after leaping from an Idaho bridge had set his parachute on fire as part of a stunt.
On March 9, 32-year-old Vancouver, British Columbia, resident Bryan Turner died after jumping from the bridge because his parachute didn't open properly.
Dean Potter, 43, and Graham Hunt, 29, were jumping illegally from a cliff in Yosemite when they both hit the rocks and died last week.
The men were wearing wingsuits, bat-like gear that allows them to stay aloft longer and control their flight path.
"There is an insidious strand of racism and white supremacy that exists in this movement and it is called the Non-Profit Industrial Complex. As a by-product, it provides decent salaries and comfort to many people who are not affected by the disparities that they are trying to address. This money is typically in the hands of white people who oversee the types of services that the non-profit provides, while having select token black people to spearhead the conversations within and to the community.”
"There is an insidious strand of racism and white supremacy that exists in this movement and it is called the
Non-Profit Industrial ComplexDemocrat party. As a by-product, it provides decent salaries and comfort to many people who are not affected by the disparities that they are tryingclaiming to address. This money is typically in the hands of white people who oversee the types of services that the non-profit provides, while having select token black people to spearhead the conversations within and to the community."
“If black lives really matter, justice and self-determination for black people would mean the black community would control it’s [sic] own political and economic resources."
Federal authorities are seeking to keep a third of the nearly 300 assault rifle parts they seized from a Connecticut gun-maker that prosecutors allege broke federal firearm regulations.
Prosecutors asked a federal judge in Bridgeport earlier this month to allow the U.S. government to retain the AR-15 parts confiscated in September from Stag Arms in New Britain.
EU ministers have agreed to launch a sea and air mission that could in its later phases destroy vessels used by human traffickers, which have carried an estimated 1,800 migrants to their deaths in the Mediterranean this year.
The mission’s rules of engagement have still to be thrashed out and one diplomat described the deployment of such forces as “the next step in terms of operational details”. The level of collateral damage considered acceptable would also be discussed after the mission was up and running, he said.
Once loaded, the hulls of these boats are often crammed with people not visible from outside and Diedring said that there was a huge risk that boats could be targeted with people still on board.
“The solution to putting the smugglers out of business is to increase safe legal channels for migration,” he said. “It is ironic that people fleeing from war and persecution are being met with more of the same.”