April 14, 2015 | Luke

A London-based company is testing a prototype 'chef' robot that learns how to cook by watching what human chefs do. This means anyone could teach it new recipes, with no need to know about robots or programming.

That makes it accessible to everyone, but the final design will probably be expensive. The designers say to make it better they need to add more sensors and software, which will increase the cost. I love the idea, but is it really a tool for everyone?

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The company behind the robot chef, Moley Robotics, will be demonstrating it in Germany later this year.

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JIM

January 5, 2014 at 15:22

ADD IT TO ALL VEHICLES.....OH WAIT, WE ALREADY CAN! CHECK OUT A RESOURCE BASED ECONOMY TO SEE WHY IT IS NOT HAPPENING.

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