If you watch most science fiction films, you will inevitably come across a scene where one of the characters is served in a bar or a restaurant in a newfangled way that has been dreamed up by the writer’s overactive imagination. Nowadays, however, it seems to me that these technological advancements are less and less the reserve of the silver screen and increasingly filtering into real life. The restaurant industry is always striving to provide the fastest service, best possible ...

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