Momentum Machines has created a hamburger making robot named Burgeon that will be able to produce up to 360 burgers an hour. Like, from start to finish. It won't kill the cow though. Humanity? Yes, and not just through obesity.
Of course, the Burgeon doesn't appear to account for the human skill of actually creating a "tasty" burger, but the company claims that the machine can stamp out beef patties, grill the meat, toast the buns, and even apply pickles, tomatoes, and condiments.
Per the company (which clearly hates human workers): "Our alpha machine replaces all of the hamburger line cooks in a restaurant. It does everything employees can do except better." Wait -- what do you mean "alpha machine"? Is there a less impressive beta machine too? What does it do? "DING FRIES ARE DONE, DING FRIES ARE DONE" Ahahahahahhaha, now it's eating off the floor.
Thanks to Carlos, who prefers his burgers made the way they are now: with the chance of finding a human hair in one.