Meet RoboBurger, the AI-powered robot chef that makes your burgers

Just like a human chef in a fast food restaurant, RobotBurger, the AI-powered robot chef, uses a five-step cooking process.

Will robots take over fast-food kitchens? Only time will tell. For now, New-Jersey based RoboBurger is using AI-enabled robot-chefs to make burgers for hungry humans. At the press of a button, RoboBurger, the world’s first plug-in burger chef in a box, can cook a burger from scratch in about six minutes. This burger vending machine or the ‘restaurant in miniature’ as the company calls it, will soon be heading to airports, malls, colleges, offices, factories, and military bases across the U.S. 

Here’s how it works:

Measuring 12 square feet, the RoboBurger restaurant plugs into a traditional wall socket. It is equipped with a refrigerator, an automated griddle and cleaning system.  

Just like a human chef in a fast food restaurant, the AI-powered robot chef uses a five-step cooking process. The robo chef will grill the patty, toast the bun, dispense the selected condiments, assemble the burger, and deliver it piping hot in about six minutes. The chef-in-the-box also comes with 24/7 inventory monitoring.

RoboBurger has the fastest grill to hand technology in the industry.

RoboBurger claims that it sources the highest quality meat from local butchers and artisanal buns from local bakers. Only grass-fed 100% Angus Beef, which is raised with no artificial growth hormones, are used to make these burgers, the company says.

Founded in 2019, RoboBurger is led by CEO and Partner Audley Wilson, CTO and Partner Dan Braido and CMO and Partner Andy Siegel.

“I started RoboBurger in my garage 17 years ago, and now there couldn’t be a better time to bring it to life and have everyone experience it. RoboBurger gives everyone freshly grilled, delicious burgers while ensuring a safe, contactless experience. RoboBurger always comes out piping hot and is never pre-cooked and kept warm,” says Wilson, during the recent installation of the RoboBurger restaurant at Simon Mall in Jersey City.

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