An army of robots is taking over China. Well, not exactly. It turns out that Beijing restaurateur Cui Runguan has created a legion of robots that take humans out of the equation of slicing noodles by hand, a laborious task often dreaded by cooks.
The Chef Cui robots have been a hit with restaurant owners and diners who enjoy perfectly sliced noodles. Each robot retails for about $2,000 and more than 3,000 have been sold.
The video below explains how the robots work and what a bargain they are when compared to paying for a human chef.
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