In the next episode of Man Vs Machine, who will clear the tray faster? The ‘Smart Tray Return’ robot, or the man who picks up all the empty bowls and clean the table afterwards?
A video circulating online shows a robot that supposedly clears your tray. What they don’t say is that you would have to put the tray into the robot itself. What is the cost of maintenance and what are the odds of the robot not able to detect a small object (e.g. handbag, small kid) in front of it?
As for the cleaner, he moves at such a pace and will sort the bowls and plates before sending it for a wash. Is this robot able to multitask?
Hopefully, they would scrap the robot idea altogether. Although it is not a glamourous and often under-appreciated job, cleaners are given the most important tasks of making sure we go by our work day as quickly as possible.
Video taken from Facebook.
ROBOT TRAY MACHINE, WASTE OF MONEY?Story – https://www.singaporeuncensored.com/robot-tray-machine-waste-of-money/
Posted by Singapore Uncensored – Bringing you uncensored coverage on Sunday, November 4, 2018
Sat here for an hourWatched how our businessman fool government for money and support.This robot is wasting electricity, space and energy going around telling everyone our government does not understand the meaning of productivity, and a manual labour doing it's work right behind it.
Posted by Roger Koh on Friday, November 2, 2018