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Sunday, November 29, 2020

In China, self-driving vans have been spotted on roads delivering KFC Fried Chicken. The "restaurants on wheels" are a joint effort between KFC and Yum Brands, which owns KFC.

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Fat Donnie will have dozens of these things zigzagging all over his golf courses.

#1 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2020-11-29 05:04 PM | Reply

I, for one, welcome our fried chicken dispensing robot overlords.

#2 | Posted by censored at 2020-11-29 05:28 PM | Reply | Funny: 3

One of those drives through my neighborhood we're taking it's wheels off. ;)

#3 | Posted by Tor at 2020-11-29 06:04 PM | Reply | Funny: 1 | Newsworthy 1

But can you find enough autonomous chickens to drive the vans? These days the damn chickens are too lazy to even cross the road!

#4 | Posted by cbob at 2020-11-29 07:21 PM | Reply | Funny: 2

Sort of like a salt lick for cows but not quite as nutritious.

#5 | Posted by tknees at 2020-11-30 10:48 PM | Reply

Interesting. It is in Shanghai, but all the text is in Japanese.
"The place is an intersection in front of a subway station just outside the city of Shanghai. There are two unmanned vehicles, one of which is KFC. Maybe only during the morning-noon hours (not seen on the way home). Payment is QR code payment. A mechanism that opens the door when payment is completed."
Taking a clue from "two unmanned vehicles" I checked the 2nd one out and it has "Neolix" on it. A search of Neolix led me to the company that is manufacturing these vehicles. Here's one article with a bit more information in it about these things:
www.cnet.com

#6 | Posted by YAV at 2020-11-30 10:56 PM | Reply

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