“The future is served,” or at least that’s what Moley Robotics is saying. They are the first robotics team to create a fully functional robotic personal chef/kitchen. Their elegant personal chef is being released to the public this year. This kitchen robot was created within 12 months of development by Shadow Robotics, Yachtline, Sebastian Conran and Stanford University Professor Mark Cutkosky. The kitchen aims to resemble Master Chef, Tim Anderson and is equipped with a full-screen tablet and camera to learn how to recreate new recipes by watching users in the kitchen cooking themselves. After they record the recipe, it is stored and placed into a system similar to an iTunes playlist that the user can access at their convenience. CEO and founder of Moley Robotics, Mark Olyenik “is turning the dream of unlimited access to chefs and their recipes worldwide into reality”
Watch this clip to see it in action!