Carl’s Jr. CEO Wants to Open a Robot Restaurant Free of Human Workers
Because robots never take vacations or file lawsuits
As minimum wages across the country rise and restaurants face increased labor costs, one fast food CEO is thinking about replacing human workers with robots. Carl’s Jr. head honcho Andy Puzder wants to open a new restaurant concept that’s “employee-free,” reports Business Insider.
Puzder was inspired by a visit to Eatsa, the futuristic San Francisco-born restaurant where patrons order via tablet and retrieve their food from automated cubbies. He believes the idea of a restaurant free of social interaction could be especially appealing to millennials, noting that young people seem particularly fond of ordering from…