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All of the Ridiculous Food Tech Introduced at CES 2018

From speakers with built-in bottle openers to friendly beer-delivery robots The annual Consumer Electronics Show took over fabulous Las Vegas this week, bestowing upon the world the new technological advancements that might or might not shape the future. This tech isn’t limited to autonomous vehicles, smartphones, and ultra-thin televisions; it’s applied to the realm of food and dining too.
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