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Robots Are the Chefs In This Japanese Restaurant 3

Posted by samzenpus
from the precise-cooking dept.
Singularity Hub writes "A Ramen restaurant has just opened in Nagoya, Japan that uses robots instead of humans as its chefs. It may not seem that amazing at first, but once you see the video it is hard not to be blown away. The robotic chefs work their gastronomic magic in a kitchen placed front and center in the middle of the restaurant, giving customers a front row seat on the action."


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Robots Are the Chefs In This Japanese Restaurant

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  • by bjb (3050) *
    Makes me think of Futurama when Bender tried to cook for the crew. No sense of taste, too salty!

    But then again, it looks like they're making something along the lines of soup which isn't terribly difficult considering there is three fairly well measured ingredients?

    • by CuriHP (741480)

      "Aagh! That's the saltiest thing I've ever tasted, and I once ate a big heaping bowl of salt."


      "Bender! Is this salt water!?"

      "It's salt with water in it if that's what you mean."

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