So it is now that César and his team, whose right hand is Miguel Ángel Corona, have (forcibly) found a gap to filter their reports and begin to determine the profile of possible reinforcements, a task that at this point has more advanced other clubs whose sports leaders have been working since last summer. Valencia, all told, had a high volume of work in their files (Longoria left all his reports made for the club). But now the profiles must be specified to César’s criteria. Valencia has its Sports City closed. The club had taken measures to avoid Covid-19 infections, but it still could not prevent Gayà, Mangala, Garay, the delegate and a doctor from being infected (and is awaiting the result of more tests, where it is almost certain there will be more positives). Now an exhaustive disinfection will be carried out in the Paterna facilities, where the headquarters of the technical secretary of César Sánchez is located, who has sent his assistants home, but with duties. César coordinates a technical secretariat made up of 13 people Soccer has been paralyzed but not the work of the 13 scouting coordinated by César Sánchez. The technical secretariat will take advantage of the crisis to update its reports. It should be borne in mind that the previous sports management (Mateu Alemany and Pablo Longoria) was abandoned in October and César did not land until January 20. His end of the market was frantic, with the arrival of Florenzi and the possible transfer of Rodrigo. Later, on February 1, Garay was injured. Celades asked for a central defender and the club accepted him, but at no cost. So they had to start looking after a deadline for a central that, by the regulations, would not be in the plans (reports) of Valencia in another market situation. The 13 scouting work with the same tool, one application in which they have videos of matches and footballers from different countries and in which, in turn, they write the relevant reports. César, who divides the work by competitions and demarcations, has access to all the reports and is doing screens. In Valencia, pending the renewal of Ferran, only Garay (who was promised to expand), Florenzi and Costa ended their contract in June.
Yet another robot-powered restaurant is opening soon. This time, it’s one of former president and cheeseburger lover Barack Obama’s personal favorites: Shake Shack.Now, the image above isn’t from Shake Shack’s media folk. It’s clearly Bender working the kitchen in the Futurama episode “My Three Suns.” Still, it would be awesome if the kitchens were actually being staffed by humanoid robots rather than a bunch of disembodied mechanical arms and conveyor belts, wouldn’t it?Like Cafe X on the other side of the country, the new Astor Place Shake Shack location will still have human workers on staff. CEO Randy Garutti says their official job titles will be “hospitality champs” and they’ll focus on customer interactions instead of food prep chores.The restaurant will also be the company’s first completely cashless location. Customers will input orders at kiosks and pay with a card or app, and the “hospitality champs” will be at the ready to assist with any technical difficulties that arise.Once the automated kitchen has finished preparing a customer’s food a notification gets sent via SMS. That means you’re not limited to waiting within range of one of those clunky buzzin discs. You’re free to roam anywhere you want as long as you’ve got signal. Presumably, you’ll want to stay fairly close so you don’t return to a room-temperature burger, soggy fries, and a runny shake.As for fears that the modernized ordering system and robot kitchen will mean fewer jobs for humans, Gerutti says that’s not the case at all. “We’re doubling the amount of kitchen equipment and hiring a similar number of staff members because we’re expecting higher volumes to come with the shorter lines,” Eater reports.They’ll be paid decently, too. Staff at this particular location will be hired on at $15 an hour, which is $2.50 higher than the Shake Shack average. That’s partly to prepare the company for minimum wage hikes that are coming shortly.As for the extra kitchen equipment, Garutti says it should give the Astor Place Shake Shack enough capacity to add delivery options in the near future. No word yet on whether humans or robots will be doing the delivering.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech SuitsRobots to Compete in Underground Challenge in Mining Tunnels Stay on target