A chef in China has built an army of robots he's selling to noodle restaurants. The automatons have blinking eyes and a swiveling arm that slices noodles with windshield wiper-like movements. Since production started in March, he's reportedly sold about 3000 of these robots for about $2,000 each, which is supposedly cheaper than hiring a human to do it.
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