Several robots run a RoboCafe in Dubai Festival City’s business and entertainment district. As a result, it is rapidly becoming a sensation, as customers view it as a safer alternative to eating out.
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With German-made robots, customers can place their orders, and they will be prepared and delivered directly to their tables.
Its launch has been delayed from March 2020 due to the pandemic. RoboCafe has been in the works for more than two years. In June of last year, restrictions in the United Arab Emirates were relaxed, and the airport opened.
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With the help of Dubai’s government initiative for artificial intelligence, the RoboCafe was created. In most cases, humans are only involved if a glitch occurs or if surfaces need to be sanitized.
Drinks are made by German robots, while fully autonomous delivery bots are made in the UAE.