Researchers at RMIT University in Australia built a social eating system that uses a robotic arm and facial recognition to transfer food from a plate to a person’s mouth. Arm-a-Dine uses mobile phone cameras to sense people’s facial expressions and decide whom to feed next. The person who smiles the most is entitled to the treat.
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