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If you’re like me, you avoid salad bars. I’m not quite a germophobe, but I prefer to avoid situations when a lot of people touch the same item over and over again. Case in point: tongs and other serving utensils at salad bars.
Chowbotics, which creates “robots for food service,” has released “Sally,” their salad-making robot. It dispenses over 20 seasonal ingredients into a salad bowl with a human having to touch the tongs. While this doesn’t eliminate the human need to prepare the food and put it in the dispenser, it reduces the amount of germ-transmitting interactions with other aspects of the salad-bar-process.
Silicon Valley startup Chowbotics, which develops robots for food services, is out with Sally the Salad Robot — a machine that stores chopped veggies and churns out made-to-order salads, per NYT. Against protests by chefs that Sally will kill jobs, inventor and founder Deepak Sekar asserts that the robot will create new positions, for example to maintain and clean the machines.
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