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A new app from Cleversense adds intelligence to your search for great restaurants

Tech startup Cleversense designs products that use the latest technology in the emerging fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning to power mobile apps for the every-person. Their newest product introduces a robot called Alfred to the world, dedicated to offering thoughtful and personalized dining recommendations.

After downloading the application (currently only available for the iPhone), Alfred prompts users to answer a series of questions about their restaurant preferences — everything from rating specific restaurants in the area with thumbs up or down, to listing your favorite places to dine, nationwide. From there, Alfred takes into account your location and time of day, then pulls pertinent information from review sites like Yelp! and Chow to compile a curated list of recommendations just for you.

We decided to put Alfred's skills to the test and the results were impressive. Alfred began learning my preferences by asking questions like "What is your favorite weeknight restaurant?" and "Where do you like to eat with your friends on a Saturday night?" He immediately offered a list of similar places based on my answers and asked which of these restaurants I liked. After that the ball was in my court — either browse recommendations by category (dinner, desserts, etc.), or continue teaching Alfred about my preferences. To help in the decision-making process, the app includes specialty dishes, menus, and reviews.

The bottom line is that Alfred differs from other dining-based mobile apps because it takes an array of factors into account — personal taste, location, crowd sourcing, and practical information (menus and hours, primarily). With this combination, developers at Cleversense have created an app that food lovers can depend on.

The Daily Byte is a regular column dedicated to covering interesting food news and trends across the country. Click here for previous columns.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


Introducing Monsieur, a robotic bartender mixing 300 cocktails in your home

We’re at that point in time when certain futuristic items you may have seen in old sci-fi movies are finally being invented. Everyone has a touch-screen phone or computer, cars drive and park themselves, and now, there are robot bartenders.

Meet Monsieur. It’s an artificially intelligent robotic bartending machine that can make 300 different cocktails. It even has a memory that remembers your drinking preferences and makes suggestions.

If you’re imagining a human-looking robot with steel arms and legs shaking a martini, you’ll be a little disappointed. Monsieur is a dark wooden box with a touch screen in front and an opening for your drink. Not exactly a robot from Steven Spielberg’s “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” but still pretty cool.

A Kickstarter campaign was launched Tuesday to fund development of the machine. And in a little under 48 hours it has already received more than half of the $100,000 needed to reach its funding goal.

According to the Monsieur website, the robot bartender has 12 unique profiles (you can have themes such as Tiki, Irish pub, etc.), can make 25 cocktails in each profile and can make 150 drinks before needing a refill. When ordering a drink you can move a strength slider to choose “lightweight,” “normal” or “boss” for how strong you’d like your cocktail.

Two Monsieur models start at $1,499 and can hold either four or eight 30-ounce containers full of spirits, mixers, juices, liqueurs or wine. They are being marketed to businesses and homeowners.

The robot also comes with a mobile app that allows you to sync it with your phone. Using a home automation system such as Bluetooth or Smart Butler, you can set your personal bartender to whip up a drink while you’re watching a sporting event. It can also detect when you come home or if you’re with company and will offer you and your guests a drink.

The app can estimate your blood alcohol level to monitor drink consumption and help find a cab. And when you’re running low on ingredients, Monsieur will alert you by text or email with a shopping list or arrange for the liquor delivery to be made straight to your home.

Sounds like this robot ensures you’re never without a cocktail. Dangerous or brilliant? You be the judge, but we’re thinking the later.


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