McDonald’s Is Testing Robot Servers in Texas

McDonald’s Is Testing Robot Servers in Texas

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There are many ways to make money. McDonald’s Franchise in Fort Worth, Texas is unlike any other. You’ll notice the small size of the restaurant upon entering. You’ll also notice that there are no teenagers running the registers. It is run by robots, and its success or lack thereof may indicate fast food’s near future.

Newsweek reported The experimental McDonald’s after-hours menu A video from foodiemunsterA TikToker user and Instagram user, ‘Go viral’,

This one’s for introverts.

McDonald’s opened its first fully-automated branch in Texas. There is no human contact.

(TikTok: foodiemunster) pic.twitter.com/YD1k4O7J49

Morning Brew (@MorningBrew). December 22, 2022

The video, which has already been viewed well over a million times, shows the ordering and picking process. It’s not much different from the older versions. human-staffed McDonald’sYou can order via touchscreens at. Customers can order their food directly from the machine servers.

In a statement by NewsweekMcDonald’s explained how the robot-operated restaurant works and why it is so small.

The test restaurant concept is smaller than the traditional McDonald’s in the U.S. Customers who plan to dine at home, or on the move, will appreciate both the inside and exterior features.

There is a pick-up area for couriers inside the restaurant. This allows them to quickly and conveniently retrieve their orders. Customers can also place orders at kiosks. There is also a pick-up shelf and a delivery pick-up area. There are many parking spaces outside the restaurant that can be used for curbside pick-up as well as designated spaces for delivery drivers.

Reactions to foodiemunster’s video reflect a continuing debate about Automation In many industries. “It’s cool, but I don’t think it’s a fan,” commented one Instagram commenter. “I rely upon the indoor play areas… Also, we already have too many automated activities and I feel that we don’t need more stuff where we don’t interact with real people.” I don’t know.”

Newsweek Other comments were more candid, with one person writing “Well there go millions of jobs” and another saying “I’ll boycott McDonald’s if they try the experiment.”

Since 1986, there has been heated debate about similar automation such as retail self-checkout. CNN noted in an Article published in July of this year67% of retail customers said they had experienced a failure at self-checkout.

According to Newsweek, This is McDonald’s’s first experiment to see how it works. If it’s deemed a success by McDonald’s, however, you will likely be grabbing your Big Mac and fries from a cold robot sometime in the future.



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