Cafe in South Korea hires robot barista to comply with social distancing

Cafe in South Korea hires robot barista to comply with social distancing

A cafe in Daejeon, South Korea has taken assistance of a robot barista to ensure social distancing while serving the customers. The system, which uses a coffee-making robotic arm and a serving robot, can make 60 different types of coffee and serves the drinks to customers at their seats.

Gaurav
Gaurav
David M. Bebber
David M. Bebber 1 months

Why the hell do all the stories use the term 'hires'? Does the robot get a paycheck? The business either bought or leased the robot. Quit personifying nonliving things!

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 1 months

The Skynet will avenge this humiliation.

Skot
Skot 1 months

Coming soon to a cafe near you. We don't need jobs in manufacturing, we'll all be managers of the world! Then many (with multiple degrees) had to work in the service sector because there weren't enough jobs that paid more than a waiter. You filthy humans are being phased out. Keep your distance!

User Inactive
User Inactive 1 months

Might as well, people in masks look faceless anyways.

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