Robot chefs that make sliced noodles have become a common sight in Beijing restaurants and noodle bars. The Chinese restaurateur who developed the robots says they are extremely efficient and also less costly than paying for human help to make noodles. The robots sell for the equivalent of about $2,000 US dollars. Wonder how long before we see robot chefs in the United States? And will they look like Fembots, Autobots or Decepticons? H/T Geek Press
Meanwhile, in Tokyo’s Red Light District, the Japanese have opened the ultimate robot restaurant — with bikini-clad girls strutting their stuff and riding around on giant robots, also wearing bikinis, in a cabaret act that took three years and $125 million to create.