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Cooking burgers may not be a human job for much longer if Flippy has its way

Cooking burgers may not be a human job for much longer if Flippy has its way It’s never been a particularly sought-after job but now flipping burgers may not be a job for humans at all.Meet Flippy, a new “robotic kitchen assistant” from Miso Robotics that, as its name suggests, will automate the process of cooking those juicy patties.

How does Merkel sleep at night?

How does Merkel sleep at night? Claudia Letiziaan Met Benn Domenico in em Uni emf derI nton e' detetion___in am HELPMan hat hm wen ninten eine Pat h den Kopfrangethe Madien spielen ewes HunterDas ist schlimm undIhr trom Jas awn germ tellen.new Lane Dian mein Soon v' webelkenWe Lem: W Reageren e [miensci'54.

Google creates a website to help people customize their Android phone

Google creates a website to help people customize their Android phone You may have bought the same phone as a few hundred thousand other people, but that doesn’t mean you’re anything like them.And now, Google wants to help you prove it.

/pol/ enlists /k/ to help capture Shia's next flag.

/pol/ enlists /k/ to help capture Shia's next flag. Hoot!somehow finds out where the flag is using a newly developed form of weaponisedautismslt' s in a guarded bunkers/ pol/ realises they won' t be able to do this aloneHoot!

Microsoft is working on technology to help the visually impaired learn to code

Microsoft is working on technology to help the visually impaired learn to code At the same time, the process of programming computers without perfect eyesight has not received quite as much attention or made as much headway.That’s exactly what Microsoft Research is working on with its Project Torino, a physical programming language for children age 7 to 11 including those with visual disabilities.

Ned Flanders Needs Help

Ned Flanders Needs Help Season 3 episode 3.Quick backstory, Homer wished that Flanders's new store would fail and it did.

Google.org is devoting $50 million in grants to help close the education gap

Google.org is devoting $50 million in grants to help close the education gap After all, Google points out, there remain 130 million students around the world have yet to fully grasp basic subjects like reading and math, even after four years of primary education.But now, the tech giant is hoping to tackle this problem head on by way of $50 million in grants to nonprofits “building tech-based learning solutions,” all of which are geared toward closing the education gap.