SILICON VALLEY — As you would expect from a pizzeria just a stones throw from Google, Zume Pizza in Mountain View wants serve pie to the locals and disrupt the entire industry.
Zume is the brainchild of Alex Garden, a former Zynga and Microsoft executive. His plan is to introduce robots into the pizza-making assembly line to cut down on the need for human labor.
Silicon Valley Business Journal photographer Vicki Thompson recently visited the operations and took the photos in the gallery.
A former executive at Zynga — the company responsible for FarmVille — says he's now fixed his "disruptive" gaze on the outdated pizza-business model. The future of pie delivery, argues Valley insider Alex Garden, is being pioneered ...
Zume already uses robots to make its pizza--and now it's rolling out high-tech trucks that will cook the pies en route to your door.
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A Silicon Valley-based startup wants to take a slice out of the nearly $40 billion pizza industry in the most Silicon Valley-way possible — using robots to make its pies. Zume Pizza, founded in 2015, set out to make better pizza fas...