On a Sunday afternoon in 2035, a man in Tokyo is consulting a robot as to what he should eat for dinner.
“It seems that you have a heavy feeling in your stomach today; I suggest fish and vegetables,” the robot said, based on the man’s health data retrieved automatically from a device he is wearing. “I would suggest ordering a cabbage from this farm, as it matches your preference for pesticide residue limits.”
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