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When you order a pizza to be delivered to your place, someone cooks that pizza at the pizzeria and then transports it in a heat-saving sleeve. In terms of receiving a hot pie, there are issues here. Zume Pizza wants to change the game, and they plan on doing it with a robot. Yes. A robot. Zume Pizza, a new pizza chain in California, founded by Alex Garden, formerly of Microsoft and Zynga, and Julia Collins, has a food truck that’s filled with ovens and a robotic arm. Using GPS and data, the robot pops your pizza in the oven shortly before the truck reaches your door so you’re guaranteed to get a hot pie. There are some trade-offs, including the fact that you have to select from specific pies, instead of designing your own, but that’s worth it to be assured your pizza didn’t get cold when the driver hit unexpected traffic.


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