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A fast-food chain is using a robot that can grill 150 burgers per hour — and the technology could one day put workers out of a job

Business Insider Wednesday, 7 March 2018
A fast-food chain is using a robot that can grill 150 burgers per hour — and the technology could one day put workers out of a job· *CaliBurger, an international fast food chain, has debuted a burger-flipping robot named "Flippy" at a location in Pasadena, California.*
· *The robot can grill 150 burgers per hour.*
· *An increasing number of food retailers are exploring robotics as a way to increase productivity. The shift could be bad news for...
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