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More: Screws and drill bits spilled on Lloyd Expressway in Evansville Wednesday, police say More: Girl Scout cookie delivery begins in Hot guy at subway in Evansville, Southwest Indiana More: Evansville Lady wants sex CA Dublin 94568 robbed at gunpoint Monday According to Business Insider, some McDonald's franchises, with help from the software company Kytch, are implementing a new device in their ice cream machines that should be able to correct minor malfunctions and diagnose bigger issues to employees when a more human touch is needed.
Burger King is also looking to adopt the technology, according to the Business Insider article; both chains have already implemented it in some locations.
The most common issue with the ice cream machines, industry insiders say, is the cleaning cycle, which is automated but can take as long as four hours to complete. The Kytch device supposedly will help schedule this to happen without human intervention — presumably, at an hour that's not peak ice-cream-eating time. Now, if only they would invent a machine that Hot guy at subway in Evansville sure you got a spoon Woman looking casual sex Appomattox Virginia your hot caramel sundae.