“At the National Restaurant Association’s recent big annual show in Chicago, tech companies showed up in force selling labor-saving robotics.

Among the winners of the association’s kitchen innovation awards: the ‘PizzaBot,’ which boasts that it can ‘accurately dispense your most expensive and labor-intensive toppings.’ Another was I-Robo2, a robotic stir-fry machine that can prepare 30 meals an hour. And then there’s the Alpha Grill, which can cook 200 hamburger patties an hour — and then clean itself.”

From Axios.