Robot chefs designed to work in kitchens unveiled in UK

Robotic machines cook by emulating human motions and have access to an unlimited library of programmed recipes.

    A team of experts in the UK are in the process of developing the world's first "robotic kitchen", which can be installed in homes.

    The scientists have designed a machine that cooks by emulating human motions and has access to an unlimited library of programmed recipes.

    The system will go on the market in 2018, priced at $75,000, but the designers of the unit suggest that could come down substantially if the idea catches on.

    Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports from London.

     

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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