Science fiction fans have been forever awaiting tasty treats prepared by tireless automatons. Finally, the technology is here. A robot chef, created by Toyo Riki of Japan, cooked octopus balls autonomously at the Osaka Museum of creative industries.
Implications - Robotics replacing humans for jobs is often a controversial subject. Scientists are always finding ways to make tasks easier at hand with technology progressing rapidly. While it's cost-efficient without the hassle of giving out paychecks, it appears that society in general is relying too much on mechanics. Whether or not businesses decide to replace people with robots has yet to be determined.
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Japanese Robot Chef Makes Octopus Balls
- By: AymanFeb 27, 2008 Updated: Apr 6 2011