‘Flippy’ the robotic fry cook gets an upgrade

Miso Robotics’ automated fry cook ‘Flippy’, which teamed up with White Castle as part of a pilot program last year, has been given an upgrade following feedback from employees. 


According to the Pasadena, California-based artificial intelligence firm, the fast-food hamburger chain has been “impressed and pleased with productivity gains Flippy has brought to daily operations.” However, employees noted during the pilot that there was still a need for human assistance on both sides of the robot to load the uncooked product and unload the cooked food due to the fact that basket management wasn’t automated. 

As a result, the company has developed Flippy 2, which can take over the work for an entire fry station and perform more than twice as many food preparation tasks as its previous iteration, including

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Group donates 300 loads of groceries | News

About 300 loads of food at the VFW Fairgrounds on Saturday as Kudzu Millworks presented another food giveaway, working with One Generation Away, a Franklin, Tenn.-based non-profit 501(c)3 that works to bring fresh, healthy food directly to people in need.

Cars were already lined up as volunteers began sorting through 15,000-lbs. of food brought in on a grocery truck. It included fresh and healthy foods, as well as things that are easily prepared and cooked. The drive thru food distribution was first come first served until resources ran out. Recipients stayed in their vehicles as volunteers loaded the groceries.

OneGenAway co-founder Chris Whitney and Area Director Daelyn Houser were in Fort Payne during the event, as was Kudzu Millwork President Robb Wilson. Kudzu Millwork purchased All Temp Windows in 2014 and relocated to Fort Payne in March 2021, sponsoring the first food giveaway in May as a way of giving

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White Castle’s ‘fry bot’ offers a glimpse of fast food’s future

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