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Behold the Super-Fast Japanese Sushi-Making SushiBots

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The future is upon us, and it is SushiBots. Here are Japanese company Suzumo's sushi making machines, on display at the World Food and Beverage Great Expo 2012 in Tokyo. Suzumo has been making sushi machines since 1981, but these latest models can make 300 medium-sized rolls or shape 3,600 mounds of rice per hour. Watch your future sushi-making overlords in action, below:

Video: SushiBot: Rolls

Video: SushiBot: Mounds

· SushiBot Rolls Out 3,600 Pieces Per Hour [Wired]
· SushiBot: Rolls [YouTube]
· SushiBot: Mounds [YouTube]
· All Robot Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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