Investing in the Future: Burger-Flipping Robots?
The investment landscape is constantly changing and bursting with new opportunities. Soon, that could include burger-flipping robots. Yes, you read that right. In this segment of Backstage Pass, recorded on Nov. 19, Motley Fool contributors Toby Bordelon and Rachel Warren discuss an innovative company called Miso Robotics that could soon change the way you order your fast-food burgers.
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Toby Bordelon: Pilar asked about Miso Robotics. This is fascinating. This is a company that does automated burger flipping robots, also frying robots. They have a product called the Sippy which prepares and does beverages automatically. You can almost automate your whole fast food restaurant with their, assuming you're doing burgers. The Flippy too is there, their burger flipping robot. Flippy, which was launched earlier this month, 2.0.
Apparently is it's a subscription based thing because of course, of course, it is. Everything is a subscription now. Burger flipping as-a-service is I guess it's a thing. This cost about $3,000 a month. If you're assuming you're paying someone at $15 an hour and you assume a 40-hour work week, 160 hours a month, you get to about $2,400.