Can a Machine Build a Better Hamburger?

Hamburger Machine For all the assembly-line efficiency that the McDonald's and Burger Kings of this world bring to the process of fast food cookery, they still have to rely on an army of minimum-wage workers to make their hamburgers. At San Francisco's Momentum Machines, they're betting on the idea that a machine can build a better burger than a high school sophomore who earns $8.43 an hour. Visit Momentum Machines' laboratory space, and you come across what appears to be a giant Erector Set. Read the full story at Serious Eats.