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re: Robot made burger with a side of fries
mike_m   12/19/2012 5:34:21 PM
I can see this spilling over to the other employees of the restaurant/fast food chains all replaced with robots. If a robot can put the ingredients together and cook your food then it's obvious that they could take over other duties of restaurant employees. So the next question is what do we do about all the high school kids and others looking for part time summer jobs?

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