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Robot-prepped pizza at 800 Degrees

ZDNet

A leading autonomous pizza machine developer is teaming up with an international pizza brand run by world-renowned chef Anthony Carron. In the near future, 800 Degrees Pizza will be offering consumers a fully automated experience and an authentic, custom pizza recipe designed for a robotic cooking technology that's eager to move on the market. The pandemic has been a boon for autonomous dining as takeout culture and convenience remain priorities. Restaurants have struggled to adapt to the labor demands and unpredictability of the new paradigm. Delivery options open up new opportunities to meet customers where they are, but maintaining quality is paramount.


Winter Paralympics: Nikko Landeros and Tyler Carron aim for Para-ice hockey final

BBC News

There will be blood brothers on the ice when the US take on Italy in Thursday's Para-ice hockey semi-final at the Winter Paralympics. Nikko Landeros and Tyler Carron were schoolmates and wrestling team-mates when they both lost their legs after being crushed in between two cars. They're now Paralympic gold medallists together, and could be once more in Pyeongchang. They are connected in almost every way - from their defensive partnership on the rink, to the red stuff in their veins. "We've got pints of the same blood in us - who knows whose it is?


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FOX News

This is love," Webb captioned a priceless Instagram photo of herself cuddled up with Tripp and her dog in bed. "Little man was having a good dream... I wish he would show his pretty Blueish/Green eyes more lol but one day #stud," McCarron joked on Twitter, linking to his wife's Instagram video.


Damaged Scottish reef 'biggest of its kind'

BBC News

A rare marine feature wrecked by a dredging boat has been identified as the biggest known reef of its kind.


PETA asking Obama to skip Pamplona's Running of the Bulls during July trip to Spain

FOX News

White House officials announced earlier this month that President Obama will head to Spain in July. He plans to meet with Spain's King Felipe VI and the country's acting prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, according to White House press secretary, Josh Earnest. At a press conference, Earnest noted that Obama will be in Spain July 9 to 11, when the Festival of San Fermín is being celebrated in Pamplona with its famous "Running of the Bulls" for a week beginning July 6. "I suspect that he probably is interested in attending San Fermin," Earnest told reporters, noting that he wasn't certain if the president's schedule would allow it. Advocates call it art, while opponents say it's cruel. Daniel Carron, Outreach Coordinator from, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is solidly in the latter camp.