These robotic arms put a five-star chef in your kitchen



Moley Robotics is developing robotic arms that can cook recipes the way the chef intended. Using motion-capture technology, the Moley Kitchen can mimic the …

5 thoughts on “These robotic arms put a five-star chef in your kitchen

  • October 7, 2016 at 12:10 am
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    Since it depends on recorded movements, just move the pot half a feet from its position and the robot won't even know what happened

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  • October 7, 2016 at 12:10 am
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    5 star chef? +CNET obviously you people don't even know how to boil water to make such a false advertising claim. If cooking was that easy to be a 5 star chef, why not test the robot in the IRON CHEF competition you anti-mankind fools. Neither did the company 'create' the robot, they designed it, and built it. To be a good cook requires tasting the food while cooking, looking at it, smelling it, etc to determine it's outcome.. i really hope all you fools who waste such tremendous resources that could have been used for much more well applied/thought out uses for the non-super rich who actually need it (like elderly, sick, disabled etc), and have emp hit you guys and send you back 30 years at least since such technology as 'cool' as it may seem is only irrevocably turning such societies into such skill-less star-trek socialist serfs who won't even know how to do anything anymore because the people funding such technologies are obviously way out of touch with the more important moral issues facing this planet. Smart phones are CANCER CAUSING DEVICES and has already been proven in many studies in Europe etc.. is it really worth it to get cancer and tumours from your lovable spy/smart phone? Instead of using the money to build the robot.. why not use the money to actually reduce the gap between the RICH and the POOR? Of course not.. most of this world serves the devil, not God.

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