These robots are everywhere, taking Jobs from real people, you can't turn anywhere without encountering one. Let us deal shrewdly with them . . .
It's either the senior project of an undergraduate with too much time on his hands, or a marketing gimmick. :)
If a robot picks up hand-made shmura matza and serves you, is it no longer hand-made? Does it then become machine shmura?
Leora, forget "Machine Shmura" - I'm more concerned about the wine - if it is not Mivushal, does it become Yayin Nessech?What if the Robot isn't Jewish?
Perhaps the robot is the fifth son?Leora: Absolutely becomes machine shmura.Michael: Its a problem. I assume at this seder they will be using grape juice. And if they're smart, they will use white grape juice for when the robots accidentally spill all over the white tablecloth.
I had this bookmarked to read from a year ago, I figured now would be a good time to take a look at it, almost Pesach again. Cool video. And Leora, that was a cool question, I didn't even think of that.
Watch same robots celebraing Israel Independence Dayhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fJtJZh0VIQ&feature=related
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