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4 tech trends that emerged at the National Restaurant Association Show

Smaller robots, self-delivery and more leapt onto our radar during the event this week in Chicago.

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Off-premise diners continue to fall for third-party apps

Tech Check: A report from DoorDash shows that the big apps are increasingly becoming consumers’ chosen method for finding and ordering food to-go.

The company submitted blueprints for a diner, EV charging station and movie theater in LA. CEO Elon Musk has been tweeting about the idea for years.

The 61-unit chicken chain is deepening its partnership with Miso Robotics, the maker of automated fry cook Flippy, as it ramps up growth.

These unique finds have not yet been widely adopted, but they could provide a glimpse of what's coming around the bend for restaurants.

Tech Check: Many attendees at this year’s National Restaurant Show are shopping for ways to protect their profits.

During a keynote speech at the National Restaurant Association Show, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian said the growth of technology will cause consumers to crave an experience when they dine out.

Restaurant operators need to address increased consumer demands in a challenging environment.

Robots and AI will have a strong presence in the Tech Pavilion this year as operators look for solutions to labor and other challenges.

The steamed bun concept says it’s the first virtual brand with its own rewards offering, called Bao Bucks.

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