Robotic bartenders are coming sooner than you think

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Robotic bartenders have been used in a variety of "controlled" environments, but the latest breakthrough comes now that scientists are experimenting with unpredictably variable scenarios.

A team from MIT has been working on having robots function in situations that are not isolated from the human factor (just like it would happen in a bar full of people). They managed to team up a couple of cocktail-making robots with other two smaller units that work as waiters.

Here is a video showing you the process:



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Robotic bartenders are coming sooner than you think
FILE- In this July 17, 2015, file photo, a car drives by HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot in Marblehead, Mass. The Canadian researchers who created hitchBOT as a social experiment say someone in Philadelphia damaged the robot beyond repair on Saturday, Aug. 1, ending its brief American tour. The robot was trying to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada last year and parts of Europe. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, sits with German tourists Sarah Strempel and Eric Vogel, right, in the back seat of a vehicle as they and their companions prepare to leave Marblehead, Mass., after picking-up hitchBot for its first ride Friday, July 17, 2015. HitchBOT is beginning its first cross-country hitchhiking trip of the U.S., in Marblehead with a final destination goal of reaching San Francisco. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, is formally introduced to an American audience, during a program at the Peabody Essex Museum Thursday, July 16, 2015, in Salem, Mass. HitchBOT is set to embark on its' first cross-country hitchhiking trip of the U.S., after completing similar tips in Canada and Europe. The plans are for hitchBot to leave the Boston area Friday with a final destination goal of reaching San Francisco. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, sits near the harbor waiting for its first ride as a girl makes her way down to the water Friday, July 17, 2015, in Marblehead, Mass. HitchBOT is beginning its' first cross-country hitchhiking trip of the U.S., in Marblehead with a final destination goal of reaching San Francisco. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
Robot 'hitchBOT' is seen inside a car in Munich, southern Germany, on February 13, 2015. HitchBOT, a charming robot assembled using household parts who was hitchhiking more than 6,000 kilometers across Canada in summer 2014 as part of a social experiment, started his tour across Germany, where he is aimed to visit among others Neuschwanstein Castle in the South, the carnival in Cologne (West), the North Sea island of Sylt, the eastern city of Goerlitz near the Polish border and the German capital Berlin. AFP PHOTO / DPA / SVEN HOPPE +++ GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read SVEN HOPPE/AFP/Getty Images)
German tourist Eric Vogel straps a seatbelt around HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, as Vogel and his traveling companions give hitchBot its first ride Friday, July 17, 2015, in Marblehead, Mass. HitchBOT is beginning its' first cross-country hitchhiking trip of the U.S., in Marblehead with a final destination goal of reaching San Francisco. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
As pre-game activity begins, hitchBOT rests on the wall along the first base line before a baseball game at Fenway Park between the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers in Boston, Friday, July 24, 2015. The robot's hitchhiking journey across the United States took a detour to Fenway. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
A pedestrian walks her dog and talks on her cell phone as HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, waits for a ride Friday, July 17, 2015, in Marblehead, Mass. HitchBOT is beginning its' first cross-country hitchhiking trip of the U.S., in Marblehead with a final destination goal of reaching San Francisco. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
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