The DNA Lounge in San Francisco hosted their 4th annual “Cocktail Robotics Grand Challenge” this weekend. One of the robot contestants that stood out was “The Kamikaze Blaster” a bot that uses facial recognition to deliver shots without a glass. A rain jacket and bib seem to be in order for this one. No details on how the setup works, but it sure makes me want to live in San Francisco.
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