Yesterday first robotic café opened in the U.s  with a new initial startup in San Francisco. Today’s coffee shop are getting crowded and harder to manage with a large number of people. But with the proper combination fo machine learning and robotics, it’s not. With the proper combination of machine learning and robotics with some human language programming in it, aims to eliminate the variabilities that bog down today’s coffee shops.

Café X Technologies have made a partnership with WMF, a leading international maker of coffee machines for this development. It has designed a fully computerized automated cafe that brings together software and hardware with the efficiency of baristas with specialized coffee planning methods

clients going to Cafe X’s first US place at the AMC Metreon in San Francisco will be able to get coffee refreshments including dairy and spices from on-site kiosks and a devoted app. Family and friends have their option of legumes from AKA Coffee verve Roasters and Peet’s Coffee. Cafe X’s only other place is in the Hong Kong Technology Recreation area. The concept is that each new place can resource legumes regionally.

“I’ve long been a big coffee consumer and there’s never a guaranteed seamless experience,” says founder and CEO, 23-year-old Henry Hu. “In today’s world, you have two options for getting a cup of coffee: you’re either in and out with something subpar or you’re waiting in a 15-minute line for a great cappuccino. I started Cafe X to eliminate that inherent compromise and give people access to a tasty cup of coffee consistently and conveniently.”

“This won’t replace baristas, or the coffee shop experience that so many people have come to love – we don’t aim to do that,” says Hu. “What we’re offering is the best possible experience for people who are looking for consistent specialty coffee to-go.”

Cafe X has established exclusive relationships with local roasters to resource specific top quality components and make exclusive beverages which are designed into the computerized java systems. The selection prices start at $2.25 for an 8 oz cup and will differ based on the customer’s vegetable selection which contains single resource options

“There’s an entire segment of the consumer population that’s not buying coffee because it doesn’t fit into their present moment,” says John Laird, CEO of AKA Roasters. “We’re truly excited to partner with the Cafe X team to expand to those customers we might not otherwise reach.”

This device has been set up at San Francisco’s Metreon mall. Hu is now in speaks with a variety of San Francisco-based technical organizations to set up Restaurant X kiosks in their workplaces.

This machine has been installed at San Francisco’s Metreon shopping center. Hu is now in talks with a number of San Francisco-based tech companies to install Cafe X kiosks in their offices.

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