Robotic bartenders mix up your drinks at the Bionic Bar on Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas cruise ship!
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The $430 robot bartender that could soon be mixing you drinks in your hotel room Somabar is a two-foot-tall device that can mix drinks in less than 10 seconds; It can make up to 300 different kinds of craft cocktails with a few taps of an app; The Somabar could one day replace minibars in hotel rooms, help busy bartenders in [...]
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MRM Imbibe: Golden Bar Awards and the Robotic Bartender Lake Ozark loves it's liquor: Lake Ozark, in Missouri, outpaces all other vacation spots, selling the highest volume of liquor-based drinks - restaurants here sell an average of 30 percent more liquor items than the next highest city (Myrtle Beach [...]
7 Top Bartending Apps for Alexa and Google Assistant Mixed drinks 101. Both Alexa and Google Assistant have features you can download right to your Amazon Echo and Google Home smart speakers. A favorite is The Bartender which works on Alexa, Google Assistant and is in the works for Microsoft's Cortana [...]
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A robot bartender served me drinks — and while it's a cool gimmick, it won't be stealing jobs any time soon The Bionic Bar is a feature on several Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Guests order drinks on a tablet and a mechanical arm prepares the cocktail. Drinks cost $13 from the Bionic Bar, which has too many flaws to be anything more than a novelty for the [...]
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SCOTTSDALE – Robots can drive our cars, pick our tomatoes and change our thermostats. But would you want a robot to pour your next beer or wine?The restaurant and bartending industry has embraced the latest automation trend: robotic bartenders. The technology has cropped up at several Valley establishments, including Sorso Wine Room at the Scottsdale Quarter.Since opening a few years ago, Sorso has featured an automated wine dispenser that allows customers to choose from up to 32 wines from...