Sam’s Club Testing Cool Burger Making Robot at Arkansas Store
It's the way of the future. We are starting to see more and more automation and robots being used at stores and restaurants. And now here's a new one a burger-making robot.
We've seen it in sci-fi movies for years and years. The future will be full of AI and robots that will take all of our jobs and eventually be self-aware and rule the world.
We've heard about the robot waitresses that are starting to pop up around the county at small eateries. A few weeks ago we heard about the first automated Mcdonald's in Texas and now Sam's Club is playing with a robot that makes burgers.
That's right Sam's store in Fayetteville has a burger-making robot, no humans required. You place your order on the keypad, it can make up to 25 different burgers. There are only four of these machines in existence.
According to axios.com, the machine not only grinds the hamburger meat and cuts it into patties it also seasons the meat, cooks it, adds cheese and will put the sauces on the bun. It can also put tomatoes, lettuce and onions on it for you too.
And what does it taste like? The reviews have been pretty good. The store only plans on testing the machine out until June and has no plans to use it in any of their other stores...yet.
Check out the videos and reviews below.
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