Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Robots Ready to Work in Restaurants (VOA)

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From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report. For many years, machines have been doing work that people once did, including some difficult jobs. Now they may soon take jobs traditionally held by people in the restaurant industry. Teams from around the world competed in early June at the DARPA Robotic Challenge Finals in California.

its robot, called DRC-Hubo, won first place in the competition. The second and third place finishers were from the United States. The robots were required to drive a vehicle, climb up steps and do mechanical work. Such activities are easy for humans to perform, but more difficult for machines. Recently, crowds gathered for the food machinery and technology show in Tokyo, Japan. They saw a robotic chef preparing food. Other machines cooked, baked pastries and even made sushi. Akihiro Suzuki works at Yaskawa Electric, a company that develops robots. He says robots cannot do everything a human can, but they are able to work without becoming tired. He says robots cannot taste food, change heating levels or seasonings to get the best flavor. But he says if a food can be easily prepared, a robot can repeat the same movement to make the same meal. Suzumo Machinery demonstrated its sushi making robot at the event. It performs the work of wrapping the popular Japanese food. Hiroshi Monden is an official with the company. He says people all over the world now eat sushi, but there are not enough skilled workers to prepare it. He says his machine can help anyone make sushi. Decorating cakes and cutting and peeling apples are among the other tasks robots can now do.

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