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Bread and circuses: The most unusual restaurants in the world
A restaurant in an existing prison, robotic waiters, lunch surrounded by sharks and paid rudeness – some restaurateurs know how to stand out from a number of coffee houses and diners.
Turing Test for Waiters
At the Hajime Robot Restaurant in Bangkok, for some reason little-known among tourists, guests themselves participate in cooking (tables are equipped with electric stoves or barbecue grills), but its main feature is not at all in this: the functions of waiters are performed by robots. Visitors through the electronic menu order ready-made meals (rolls, sushi, salads) and raw ingredients for soup or barbecue, and after choosing food, click the Order to Robot button. A cute blinking robot pulls up to a table with trays, speaks with visitors and sets up plates, and then periodically returns to pick up dirty dishes and bring new dishes. Continue reading