Sneak always worries that the technology dreamt up by those clever boffins he used to bully at school is somehow being misused. Where are the applications of IT wonderment that can truly make our lives better, he wonders, on a little too frequent a basis. Well, thank the lord for Asahi, the Japanese beverage and beer company, which has finally found a use for robotics.
Mr Asahi, or Asahi-san if you want to be really accurate, is the firm's answer to all of our bar queuing prayers. And the good news is he's coming to town. Yes folks, the world's first robotic barman can serve a pint in under two minutes, and will be available for our enjoyment at Selfridges.
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