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Food On the Mind? Deliveroo Launches Telepathic Food Ordering

lbbonline.com, 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Brand works with top neuroscientists to take 'handsfree' food ordering to the next level

Food On the Mind? Deliveroo Launches Telepathic Food Ordering

Ordering food through the power of thought could be a reality within the next few years, according to top scientists. Not just that, but the dilemma of what to eat could be eradicated completely.

Deliveroo has teamed up with leading neuroscientists to develop a new technology which will allow customers to use their app, using brainwaves alone. This direct brain-to-brain ordering system will significantly reduce a number of pressing First World Problems including: the nightmare of trying to scroll through a phone with gloves on; the devastation of navigating a smartphone with a cracked screen; or the abject horror of being unable to decide what you actually want to eat.

Taking ‘handsfree’ to the next level, this technology will allow Deliveroo customers to order food from their favourite restaurants whilst continuing uninterrupted with other pastimes such as going for a run, holding a cat, or clapping. Furthermore, the patented TeleOrder Technology will have the ability to detect what sort of food a user is craving - even if they don’t even know themselves.

Andrew Cunningham, newly appointed Global Director of Telepathic Operations and Developmental Kinesis says, “This new technology will revolutionise the way our customers can order and enjoy food from their favourite restaurants as well as allowing them benefits of unlimited handsfree capabilities. Although this technology is still in trial stages at the moment, we are hopeful we will be able to launch Deliveroo’s patented TeleOrder Technology within the next 5 years.”



Category: Fast food , Retail and restaurants

Genre: Comedy