Watch: Boston Restaurant Employs Robot Chefs

Spyce is a restaurant in Boston that was started by a group of robotics engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The draw? There’s not a single chef in the restaurant- except for robots. Seven automated cooking pots will simultaneously whip up meals in three minutes or less. A prototype of Spyce’s robotic chef was assembled in the basement of the co-founders’ fraternity house at MIT. The restaurant serves vegetables and healthy grain bowls which include a calorie count with themes like Latin, Thai, Mediterranean, and Hearth and start at $7.50 Hungry yet?

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