If we talk about revolution, 18th century gave birth to the most profound technological development, that is, 'industrial revolution'. Since then, the amazing advancements in the field of science and technology continue.
The 21st century brought momentous transformations. Robotic revolution is one of them. Robots are replacing humans even in restaurants. They are drawing the attention of hundreds of people from all over the world. Robots flipping sausages? It is already a reality.
Though people are not aware that technology has come this far, robot replacement is taking place across the globe. This upheaval is being led by the second wave of automation, one that is centred on artificial cognition, inexpensive sensors and machine learning. This automation has taken place in China and Japan. This year, Pakistan has introduced the robot waiter in a pizza cafe.
Check out why restaurants are taking this initiative.
A pizza cafe in Multan, a city in Pakistan, has suddenly become the focus of consumers' attention not because of aromas and tastes. There is a robotic waitress, moving about in the restaurant and serving food to the diners. More importantly, the robot has been developed by cafe owner's son.
As per Times of India, the owners of a pizza shop in Pakistan say business is booming because they've introduced a robotic waitress.
Osama Jafri, the engineer who designed the 25 kg robot, says it can greet customers and carry pizzas to their tables. The robot is created like a short, slender woman wearing a long dress and an apron.
As per the reports, Osama also informs that the sales have doubled in Multan since the robots were unveiled. The owner says he has three more robot waitresses and plans to open a new branch.
This technology is creating a buzz all over the world since its implementation. Restaurant owners are finding it a lot more advantageous than human employees because they don't draw salaries, take sick leave, get physically or mentally tired or have interpersonal or motivational issues.
Everything is automated and systematic. Despite lack of customer interaction, the automated approach allows the chain to understand and serve their customers better. That's pretty good.
Not only in Pakistan, but China in 2015 opened a restaurant that has two robots delivering food for customers.
The robots were designed as a couple. The robots perform all the tasks just like the normal waiters, carrying and delivering foods for customers as per Economic Times.
Rong Heng Seafood Restaurant in Singapore has been hailed as the future of eating destination.
The owner of the restaurant has introduced two robot waitresses, which will compensate for lack of manpower in the city-state. I believe they are going to transform the daily operations of any business, which is the need of the hour.
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