Humans 2.0 - Evolve to the Next Level
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Our 21st Century world is changing fast. Humans 2.0 is about embracing and truly understanding what you know is inside you deep down.
This podcast is a one-stop shop for all of your technological self-development needs. If you are looking for an audio-companion to support you on your own Hero’s journey, then look no further. I believe the key to learning is to understand different perspectives and thought paradigms, from brilliant experts around the world.
Subjects of discussion include embarking on the hero’s journey of purpose, inner life, mental toughness, practical skills, mindfulness, and many more topics that will shatter your perceptual apparatus.
What you feed your mind every day will shape your future.
Listening to this podcast will strengthen your mind, thoughts, and beliefs.
Leave behind the everyday mundane trivialities of your average human version 1.0, and meta-learn your way into becoming a human version 2.0 with a newly upgraded guest in each episode.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
#116 - Luke Schlueter | World's First Robotic Restaurant in Boston (Spyce)
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“Spyce is the world’s first restaurant featuring a robotic kitchen,” said Luke Schlueter, SB ’16, lead mechanical engineer on the Spyce team. “Basically our goal is to use automation to provide wholesome, high-quality, delicious meals at a very affordable price.”
On May 3, Spyce opened for business in downtown Boston, a far cry — though not a far distance — from its beginning days on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The menu is based on a half-dozen bowls with flavors that are common in Latin, Mediterranean, and Asian dishes. Every bowl starts at $7.50, and customers can add on other proteins for an additional cost.
The co-founders said the next few months will focus on concept testing and validation, with the goal of opening more restaurants in the Boston area.
“We got our start being hungry MIT college kids,” Schlueter said. “One of our co-founders, Michael (Farid) had recently started his grad program getting his masters in mechanical engineering and he no longer had the option for food through the dining hall. He didn’t have time to cook for himself every night, and he was fed up with paying $10, $12, $13 for those fast-casual meals, and he thought ‘there must be a better way.’”
Farid, MechE ’16, decided to see if he could build a robot that could cook him meals. He pitched the idea to his friends Schlueter, Braden Knight, BS ’16, and Kale Rogers, BS ’16.
I had the opportunity to conduct this interview at the restaurant in Boston!
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