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Flippy robot takes over the hamburger station in California restaurant

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At a Caliburger restaurant in Pasadena, California, Miso Robotics and Cali Group have taken the wraps off Flippy, a “collaborative kitchen assistant” that uses computer vision and deep learning to take over the job of grilling burger patties and leaving the chef to do the less grease-spattery jobs of assembling the sandwiches.
via New Atlas

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