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Introducing Flippy

Introducing Flippy

(1:08) Burger flippers have competition, Flippy by Miso Robotics.

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Guest: (225 days ago)

Despite the requirement for companies to produce profit, US tech companies are listed as worth billions yet worth nothing.

Whoah, want an opportunity. If only the entire US economy was orientated in such a way. Which it is. Hahaa...

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Despite the requirement for companies to produce profit, US tech companies are listed as worth billions yet worth nothing.

Whoah, want an opportunity. If only the entire US economy was orientated in such a way. Which it is. Hahaa...

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Guest: itsthejaps (225 days ago)

This is a Japanese invention, dope.

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This is a Japanese invention, dope.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (222 days ago)
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Imagine losing your job to such a robot. Says more about your job than the robot.

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Imagine losing your job to such a robot. Says more about your job than the robot.

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Guest: (224 days ago)

When I was a com sci student I thought about robot cooks. I concluded that they would have a problem as everything in cooking seems to be a one-off skill so you'd need an infeasible number of single-purpose gadgets. This video illustrates that perfectly. A huge robot that can do just one thing, or the young cook who can do anything? Hmm, let me think.

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When I was a com sci student I thought about robot cooks. I concluded that they would have a problem as everything in cooking seems to be a one-off skill so you'd need an infeasible number of single-purpose gadgets. This video illustrates that perfectly. A huge robot that can do just one thing, or the young cook who can do anything? Hmm, let me think.

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