The world’s first seaweed-making robot has been developed and is being tested in the Caribbean, according to a report by Axios.
The robot is called a “trenchfish,” and it’s capable of churning up shrimp in its stomachs.
It can also be used for cleaning seaweed by scooping it up into a container and throwing it into the sea.
The device has already been tested for a month in the Cayman Islands, but its use in the US is still a work in progress.
The machine can make up to three pounds of shrimp per minute.
It has a power output of 100 kilowatts, making it the most powerful robot ever built.