AI is used for a lot more than just self-driving cars and Siri; it plays a crucial role in the future of gastronomy. Quick service restaurants (QSRs) are some of the most popular restaurants in the area. However, you operate with incredibly small margins and are faced with rapidly increasing labor, food and real estate costs.
Needless to say, QSRs could use a hand – and that’s where AI comes in.
Miso Robotics developed Flippy, the world’s first autonomous kitchen assistant. Designed for commercial kitchens, Flippy has cooked over 60,000 pounds of food and is used at CaliBurger locations in Florida as well as stadiums serving the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks. White Castle, America’s first fast food hamburger chain, has also partnered with Miso Robotics to develop, pilot, and run a beta version of Miso Robotics’ Flippy for White Castle’s North American restaurants.
Flippy can operate a grill or deep fryer, cook food consistently to perfection, and can even collaborate with the staff. In short, Flippy is a game changer for QSRs looking to automate and cut costs.
Flippy is just the beginning for Miso Robotics, which has registered over a dozen patents for proprietary machines, learning and robotics, and control software. The company aims to raise $ 70.3 billion in the QSR market.
It’s not too late to invest in Miso Robotics and the AI-powered future that will make it.
Miso Robotics has raised over $ 14.6 million to date, and the company’s revenues were led by Wavemaker, an early-stage venture capital firm with over $ 335 million in net worth. Wavemaker’s previous investments and exits include Blue Bottle Coffee, MindBody, and Clutter.
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