Everything is taking a technological turn today. Following the same competition, fast food giant McDonald’s also decided to experiment with the idea last year. The restaurant chain opened its first automated restaurant in Texas, United States. As seen in several videos posted to social media, the “robot restaurant” is fully automated and requires no human intervention to place or take orders. The entire process, from choosing your order to packing it, is automated. An internet user recently documented his experience at this high-tech eatery and his video has amazed many people on social media.
The user, Aakaanksh, took to Instagram to share the same. In the video, the user is standing outside the newly opened restaurant in Texas. He then goes inside and shows the area. The restaurant has no seating or seating arrangements for indoor dining as it is intended to be a “grab and go” eatery. He then places his order through a kiosk and a robot delivers the same. Later, he places another online order through a mobile application and it is delivered to the drive-thru.
Watch the video below:
Since the video was shared, it has garnered over 16,000 likes and seven lakh views. “What do you think about this?” reads the caption of the video.
“No for me. Stop making everything with robot technology, where do all those people who work there go? Support companies that actually support people’s jobs, don’t take them away! POV,” said one user.
“Maybe I’ll get the right order one day,” a second person commented.
A third said, “Why would anyone want to support workerless businesses?”
“By 2025, 85 million people will be out of work. So no, I hate it. It’s bad enough that these apps have no customer service half the time. No people to talk to and make things right, less interaction in the society. Smh,” another person added.
Another person added: “Beats their customer service!! They do this in other countries and it works!! Anyone who ever hears about the food you eat contains energy which is why you feel sick or heavy after eating in these places because of the people’s energies working in these places go into the food you eat. Overworked and underpaid..sad but true.”
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