A video called 'How to Cook a Thanksgiving Dinner With a Drone' was recently put out by the Autel Robotics team. As many know, preparing such an intricate dinner can take hours of work -- which makes the idea of having a robot do it all an incredibly appealing one.
To begin, Autel Robotics instructs its viewers to attach propellers to the drone, as well as to put on a "Medieval-armor-like glove" to protect themselves. It quickly becomes clear why this is necessary, as the next step requires drone-assisted chefs to peel potatoes by putting the vegetables up to the propellers. Once this is done, the same is done with carrots. After, the drone travels outside to cook, allowing the chef to relax inside while their dinner is prepared.
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