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This robot-made pizza in Silicon Valley should terrify Domino’s and Pizza Hut | Business Insider

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28 June 2017



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Robots could kill off huge swaths of jobs in the future — but at least they come bearing pizza. Founded in 2015, Zume Pizza uses robotics and artificial intelligence to make pizza more quickly. The startup has expanded its delivery area across Silicon Valley since its retail launch last fall and added new team members including a former UberEats executive and a robot that can press a mound of dough into the perfect pizza crust five times faster than a human.

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