Robot Chef that Will Cook Your Favorite Food at Home

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If you have a problem with your own cooking, or wanted a chef in your own kitchen, that won’t be so much of a problem anymore with the world’s first ever robot chef.

Robot Chef (Source: Moley Robotics)

The robotic kitchen features four key integrated kitchen items of robotic arms, an oven, a hob and a touchscreen unit. It can be operated right at your fingertips via a smartphone or via the included touch screen; all you need to do is pull up a recipe and wait for the robot to serve you the food.

Robot Chef (Source: Moley Robotics)

It isn’t a machine that just cooks; it has hands that can cook like a master chef. The hands get its articulation – its speed, its sensitivity, and its movement – by recording the cooking skills of Master Chef Tim Anderson, winner of the BBC Master Chef title, in a demonstration and putting the skills into its system. The hands then replicate, even the pauses in between and the OK gesture in the end, the master chef’s abilities into its kitchen. No wonder about that, since the nuclear industry and NASA uses the same kind of hands made by the Shadow Robot Company.

Robot Chef (Source: CNBC International)

If you are concerned with being stabbed by the robot, no need to fret as the robots uses a food processor and limits itself to knives. The kitchen also comes with a protective screen as an additional layer of safety.

This technology, however, will not be available to consumers until the fourth quarter of 2017. It will be supported by an iTunes-style downloadable library of recipes that the robot chef can cook at your own home which are about 2,000 recipes. Just prepare a good amount of $75,000 at its first launch.

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Robot Chef (Source: Moley)

The robot kitchen is the brainchild of U.K.-based Moley Robotics, which prototype premiered at an international robotics show Hanover Messe. The eureka moment for the idea was of Mark Oleynik in January of 2014. The first patents were filed in the following month; a prototype was built by Moley in September of the same year.

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Robot Chef that Will Cook Your Favorite Food at Home

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