Food for Thought

A Day in the Life of a Dishcraft Dish

Every day, Dishcraft delivers beautifully clean ceramic plates, bowls, cups and utensils throughout the Bay Area. Then, we pick up the wares and...
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Digesting the Bay Area's New Foodware Ordinances

Reusable wares drastically decrease the amount of waste produced. In case studies around the Bay Area, food service establishments reduced the amount...
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One Less Thing on Your Plate

Did you know that a union dishwasher in the Bay Area costs a dining operator about $90,000 a year? That's more than a sous chef or, in most cases, an...
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Beyond Buzz Words: The Surprising Ways Robotics Promote Sustainability and Help Landfills

“For people and planet” is usually not the first phrase that comes to mind when talking about robots. Nor, for that matter, are the words...
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Everyone's dream: A robot that washes dishes

This article originally appeared in The Silicon Valley Business Journal (Everyone's dream: A robot that washes dishes)
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Robots Aren't as 'Smart'​ As You Think

So many people ask me, sometimes rather sheepishly, whether robots are going to take over jobs and render people obsolete. I understand why they'd be...
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Kitchen Confidential: Robotics Startup Dishes Out Automation to Clean Up Food Service Operations

This article originally appeared on NVIDIA (Kitchen Confidential: Robotics Startup Dishes Out Automation to Clean Up Food Service Operations)
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Conversations from the Robotics Frontlines

Today is International Women's Day, a day to celebrate the amazing women who have inspired us and a day to reflect. Worldwide, people are encouraged...
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The Future of Work: It's About Quality of Livelihoods

Last month I saw a billboard that said in big bold writing, “Robots Can’t Take Your Job If You’re Already Retired.” Pushing past my initial reaction...
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