Hamburger-making machine churns out custom burgers at industrial speeds
It’s essentially a hamburger computer.
According to Momentum Machines, making burgers costs US$9 billion a year in wages in the United States alone. The company points out that a machine that could make burgers with minimum human intervention would not only provide huge savings in labor costs, but would also reduce preparation space with a burger kitchen replaced by a much smaller and cheaper stainless-steel box.
So even the joke about failing at school and working at McDonalds is going to be a thing of the past. You will fail at school and become a Hamburger Computer Engineer.