Burgerbot can produce 360 high-quality burgers in an hour with minimal human supervision sad day for advocates of a “living wage”
Alas, we see the replacement to fast food workers who demand more money. Good going, minimum wage.
This, combined with touch-screen order menus will replace all but the janitor/machine maintenance, on-site customer service rep and/or shift supervisor.
Soon as they create Roombas that can wet mop, climb walls, and dust corners, they can replace janitors as well.
They can also create bots (code bots, hardware bots or both) which service machines.
In the future, we won’t even have to go to the drive thru, we’ll just send our robot butlers to pick up our fast food.
And in the future past that, we will just think of a burger and it will materialize in the matter of seconds.