PRAGUE – Forget the days of nursing a drink at the bar while pouring out your woes to the bartender. At least if a new establishment in Prague is a sign of the future. The Cyberdog in the Czech capital features a robotic bartender who serves drinks ordered through a phone app. Opened on Wednesday by real estate developer Trigema, its two-level steel structure looks rather like a space station, with 40 seats and small upper deck. And never mind George Orwell’s sentiment in his essay “The Moon Under Water” that the perfect pub has “barmaids (who) know most of their customers by name and take a personal interest in everyone.” In the Cyberdog, after the customers have ordered their tipple via an app, a red robotic arm picks among seven wines on offer in a cool box. It then opens the bottle and pours up to four glasses at a time. Next, it lifts the glasses on a tray that travels overhead to the customers’ table, then lowers the load so people can pick up their glasses. Trigema owner Marcel Soural said he was sure the service sector would follow manufacturing in replacing expensive labor with machines. “I am… Read full this story
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