You could be the record holder if you spot the robots hidden in the restaurant in less than 34 seconds, right?

TECHNOLOGY has conquered every aspect of our lives, from cell phones that have a permanent place in our hands to televisions on gas station pumps.

And while some modern restaurants have machines that operate you, this restaurant operates the machines, or rather robots.

RS Components challenged readers to locate the robots in this image in under 34 seconds

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RS Components challenged readers to locate the robots in this image in under 34 secondsCredit: RS Components

RS Components published a brain teaser depicting a crowded restaurant scene with two unique customers.

Hidden in the crowd of guests are two robots enjoying a meal together.

Scan the tables and see if you can spot anything suspicious about the dinner guests.

The time to beat is 34 seconds, so watch closely because these AI diners are very lifelike.

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If you’re stumped trying to find the out-of-place table, here’s a tip: look everyone in the eye.

The two robots have red eyes, as well as hinges on their jaws and arms.

Aside from these unique features, the eating robots look just like their neighbors.

If you need more help, we can show you that the robots are in the middle of the picture.

Just three tables from the left and three from the bottom, the robots are dressed similarly to the two women dining elsewhere in the picture.

If you want to challenge yourself even more, try to find the hidden sunglasses in this casino scene.

And if searching isn’t enough for you, try to find the phone in this picture.

The robots have red eyes and hinges on their elbows and jaws

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The robots have red eyes and hinges on their elbows and jawsCredit: RS Components

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5757314/robots-hidden-in-restaurant/ You could be the record holder if you spot the robots hidden in the restaurant in less than 34 seconds, right?

Jessica MacLeish

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