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Friday, October 26, 2007


An innovative restaurant has opened in Germany. It has replaced its waiting staff with touch-screen computers and an automated rail link. The customers make their orders through these touch-screen computer monitors that contain the restaurant’s menu. From the kitchen, their orders would go through the automated rail link, which go directly to the customers table. People expect the restaurant to earn more because it will spend less on labor wages.

Slowly, computers are beginning to fill in human labor. Just recently, a prototype of a robot that could do some household chores has been introduced to the public. Since the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, machines have dominated global production schemes. In the coming years, probably in the latter half of the 21st century, we will witness the Digital Revolution where digitized robots will dominate global production technology. I just do not know if it will be an age of man versus metal or the age when man and metal will become one.

Photos of Waiter less Restaurant - Fully Automated Dining At Bagger's (GALLERY) c/o magazine.

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