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[–] NACHTJAGD [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The article isn't there to discuss the economics of robotic adoption, retrofitting, base cost and profit margins. The article is there to showcase that now a robot can not fully create a burger from start to finish without requiring intermediary aid such as that robot 'flippy' which was only introduced around 2016. In other words, people who flip burgers can now fully be replaced. A 'cook' or 'chef' is ultimately going to become a novelty occupation.