Category: Artificial Intelligence

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Polina Tankilevitch - Fast Food

Before COVID-19 upended every industry around the globe, the restaurant sector was already facing labor shortages. Now, in the throes of a global pandemic, the low-wage work — combined with the threat of exposure to the virus — makes it even more difficult to find quality workers. Despite a high unemployment rate, restaurants everywhere are struggling to

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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has already paralyzed our daily lives. As people are re-adjusting their lifestyle from buying daily essentials in-store to shopping online, businesses are also re-calibrating their processes to this changing consumer behavior. In the QSR industry, as more people choose to stay home, increase social distancing, carryout and request delivery, it means

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Despite their novelty to the restaurant industry, robots have been around a long time. According to Eric Roberts, the former director of undergraduate studies for the Computer Science Department at Stanford, the ancient Egyptians used water-powered human-shaped carvings to automatically strike bells marking the start of every hour. In 1961, American inventor George Devol was

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