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Texas Rangers Have Launched A Robot Bartender To Serve Drinks To Fans During MLB All-Star Week

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Andrew Powell Sports and Entertainment Blogger
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Cool, sure, but I can’t help but worry about a robot takeover.

If you’re a Texas Rangers fan planning on taking a visit soon to Globe Life Field, or if you’re about to head over to Arlington for the upcoming All-Star festivities, be prepared to meet a robot bartender. Yes, you read that correctly. (RELATED: Trent Grisham Gets Slammed With Boos By Yankee Fans After Making Completely Absurd Mistake As New York Gets Swept)

Ahead of the 2024 MLB All-Star Game, the stadium launched their first robot bartender with the name of ADAM. Featured in the technology are artificial intelligence, sensors that are advanced and two arms that are … well … robotic! They’ll be used to serve drinks, obviously, while working with human bartenders.

At Section 111’s entrance, ADAM can be found at the concessions bar, serving Whiskey Sours, Lemon Drops, other classic cocktails and a few different mocktails.

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Hmm … even though it’s a bit freaky, as all artificial intelligence is, this would be pretty cool if you mixed the elements of this robot, alcohol and a fat ass bet on the All-Star Game, and then just imagine the euphoria if it cashed — just like my most recent straight bet. *shameless flex*

It would actually make for a super dope night, a super dope experience in a game that you can’t help but to romanticize — I need to take a trip to Arlington.