Truth Theory:  If you work at a fast-food joint, then you might be replaced by a burger robot that flips burgers for just $3/hr. Flippy is the burger robot, created by Miso Robotics, and it works at a much less amount than your average daily wage worker. Although the company takes anywhere between $20,000- $30,000 to institute these robots at restaurants, it is still an easy pay compared to the minimum daily wage.
 Digital Trends mentions how Flippy is built exactly for the purpose of flipping burgers.
It has regular, and thermal vision, and is adept at multi-tasking. The arms are built for both internal heating, and flipping, and don’t be surprised when Flippy also talks to its human compatriots about when to add the patty, and when to put the sauce. When Miso Robotics began this project, the arms were sold at $100,000. But now, the price has come down to $10,000, and it is estimated that the prices would simply go lower as the days go by. Back in 2017, CaliBurger, an international burger chain decided to install Flippy, which flipped close to 150 burgers in an hour.