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Great, now I've got a craving for miso ramen.
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

When it picks the bowl up upside down it looks like a robot snake wearing a hat. Gotta wonder if that was intentional on the designers part to draw attention.

I believe its been designed to have a sense of humor to it .

With the pincers and lights acting as a face .

There is another video floating around that shows it better but it gives it a presentation of both of the robots jesting around while cooking.
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Rest assured, it won't. It's only a matter of time before robotics replace the everyday worker in the food industry.
That said, I actually have no problem with advancements like this.
you scarred me i just rewatched animatrix
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Originally Posted by Disturbed117 View Post

To be honest, most people should cook their own food. Nothing more satisfying than eating something prepared by yourself(unless it turns out terrible XD).


That's an economic fallacy actually. I make magnitude times more money per hour at my job than anyone in food service except some of the world's best chefs. So unless I can prepare my meal start to finish in 3 to 8 minutes it is not efficient or a good use of resources for me to make my own food. True story folks. Unless your specialization is very low income then it's a very bad idea for you to make your own food.

As I tell my students "get a skill a robot cannot do or you will not have a job in 20 years." It holds true here guys. Most menial tasks can and will be done by robots in the coming decades.
 
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That's the day I start cooking my own food permanently. If they abuse human workers, its only a matter of time before they misuse robot workers. Nobody to complain to when your food has any number of contaminators and infestations and tasting like burnt mineral oil.

At least over here, these scandals are rarely if ever uncovered through workers. Randomized restaurant controls though, thanks government!
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post #26 of 42
Robots feeding us garbage, this is proof positive robots are already self aware and trying to kill us. We thought it would be skynet, but instead its ramen.
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That's an economic fallacy actually. I make magnitude times more money per hour at my job than anyone in food service except some of the world's best chefs. So unless I can prepare my meal start to finish in 3 to 8 minutes it is not efficient or a good use of resources for me to make my own food. True story folks. Unless your specialization is very low income then it's a very bad idea for you to make your own food.

As I tell my students "get a skill a robot cannot do or you will not have a job in 20 years." It holds true here guys. Most menial tasks can and will be done by robots in the coming decades.

How is it an economic fallacy that people value things they created themselves more than things they bought? Value is subjective and learning how to cook or being able to cook for others is going to be enjoyable for some people. That has nothing to do with economics and he didn't mention economics. You can see this in many studies or in car assembly where people go crazy doing the same task everyday because it has no reward to just "put on a wheel". Its part of how humans work, they like to make things themselves and see a complete product.

And even if you are rich, which if you are teaching I highly doubt you are, cooking your own food has many other benefits like ingredients and quality being completely your own and therefore healthy. If you are ordering a SAD (Standard American Diet) you are not only going to be extremely unhealthy, you are going to be unproductive, and definitely not at your peak performance. Did you factor in the cost of health issues, a sooner death, and poorer performance in all areas of life, and decreased QoL? Maybe you eat healthy food or maybe your life has no value to you. And judging by your ability to comprehend the comment before you I highly doubt you are eating healthy or at peak performance or rich enough to not cook your own food.

When I make my own food I have blanched vegetables with the right micronutrients that are fresh, I have grass fed beef cooked in grass fed butter, and all the other highest quality foods for high quality mental and physical performance. How long does it take a newbie cook to make 7 days worth of food with zero skills with a knife and not even an oven to bake chicken breasts? Two hours for seven days, including dishes and cleaning counters from chicken. That's 17 minutes per day as a newbie and I am gaining skills and feel amazing, and I never have to eat unhealthy because I always have healthy food right there and cooked and I know exactly what I am eating in which amounts.

When I go out to eat and I live in a pretty "healthy" area, it is nearly impossible for me to order anything even remotely healthy and it costs twice as much, plus gas, plus driving, plus time, etc. If your time is so valuable to you, unless you are getting super healthy food delivered to you and you are likely wasting time or paying for the present with your future.

Most menial jobs (like teaching) will be done by videos and having people pass tests in the future. The educational system is an economic fallacy and the free market will provide solutions to government bloat as it always does.
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I see two different lines of argument being debated here.

The first: People can get value out of doing stuff by themselves.

The second: People can get value out of having a more sophisticated tool for the job, over doing it by themselves/using more basic tools.

Same argumentative lines for driving vs walking. Or getting driven by A.I. vs driving. There's a joy in succeeding with more complex/difficult input to solve a problem. But it takes more user input.

Now these arguments don't direclty oppose each other. You can still do something by yourself, without using the most basic tools. At some point, 'cooking by/for yourself' might not involve much interaction with the ingredients through the user, but it'll still invoke a sense of having prepared a meal. Less so than doing the harder method, but still some.

How much or how little it invokes this sense, depends entirely on the person.

How much or how little of a gain people have from the time saving/perceived drudgery saving, also depends on the person.


Now personally, I would not generalize that most people would enjoy making their own food more than doing other things in the time, at least a lot of the time.

While sometimes, using basic tools to do something can be a welcome challenge.
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That's an economic fallacy actually. I make magnitude times more money per hour at my job than anyone in food service except some of the world's best chefs. So unless I can prepare my meal start to finish in 3 to 8 minutes it is not efficient or a good use of resources for me to make my own food. True story folks. Unless your specialization is very low income then it's a very bad idea for you to make your own food.

As I tell my students "get a skill a robot cannot do or you will not have a job in 20 years." It holds true here guys. Most menial tasks can and will be done by robots in the coming decades.

This is silly. It implies that your personal time is worth money. "I make x/hour at work, so it's not worth my time to spend 15 minutes in line at Six Flags" Sounds more like a rationalization for eating in restaurants or takeout every day instead of cooking than anything.

I really really hope that is not how you look at your life.
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This is silly. It implies that your personal time is worth money. "I make x/hour at work, so it's not worth my time to spend 15 minutes in line at Six Flags" Sounds more like a rationalization for eating in restaurants or takeout every day instead of cooking than anything.

I really really hope that is not how you look at your life.

Technically, it only implies that your personal time is worth opportunity to do something (else). The execution on the expression side might have been a wee bit lacking, with the opening being that paid time example.
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