Xavier University in Ohio will later this month become the home to the first pizza ATM in the U.S., The Cincinnati Enquirer reported. The $55,000 machine, which will be located in the Fenwick Place residence hall, is open for business around the clock and cooks a 12-inch pizza in about three minutes, according to reports. The machine does not symbolize the beginning a robot takeover of university dining services, however. Xavier's staff will still make the pizzas from scratch and then store and refrigerate them in the machine.
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