Viral TikTok Video Shows Robot Waiter Serving Customers at Denny’s

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At Denny’s, a viral TikTok video shows a robot waiter serving customers

At Denny’s, an American diner-style restaurant, a viral TikTok video showed a robot waiter serving customers their sumptuous meal autonomously.

However, the clip’s comments section ignites a labor debate, raising issues such as job security and human labor.

The Robot Waiter in a TikTok Video Has Gone Viral.

A user with the username @miabellaceo uploaded the TikTok video.

The post has nearly half a million views in just a few days.

Meanwhile, as the labor debate continues, the number of comments on the site has surpassed 1,000.

Not to mention that the video has already been shared over 2,000 times on TikTok.

The TikToker showed the robot waiter approaching him, carrying his breakfast.

As the robot carries two plates of food with ease, the uploader can be heard saying, “Here comes breakfast.”

“We are hungry,” the robot waiter said when he arrived at the TikTok user’s table.

Janet, the robot, did not respond to his comment and proceeded to serve him his meal.

@miabellaceo I did give the server a sample of hot apple pie mini melts at Denny’s early in the morning.. original sound – Bob

Waiter robot

According to a Reuters report, Denny’s has been testing the Servi robot waiter, along with other Japanese restaurants, since last year.

The CEO of Softbank, Masayoshi Son, first demonstrated Servi as a prototype in 2019.

Since then, the company’s robotics arm has received a (dollar)32 million round of funding.

Restaurants began using the robot waiter just in time for the social restrictions imposed by the novel coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Furthermore, Servi was designed to address Japan’s labor shortage as well as the country’s aging workforce.

SoftBank is not a newcomer to the humanoid industry.

In fact, the company previously launched a robot named Pepper in 2014.

In addition, the company has a robot called Whiz that assists humans with cleaning tasks.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is also entering the humanoid market, as the billionaire hinted at a Tesla Bot launch back in August.

22 is a project that aims to perform “boring” tasks for humans.

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