'Kitchen robot' that will cook meals from scratch unveiled
A London-based robotics company has unveiled a "kitchen robot" which it promises "cooks from scratch and even cleans up afterwards without complaint".
The robot costs £248,000, about the same as the average house in Britain, a price tag the inventors acknowledge is high but they insist they have already had serious interest from more than 1,000 potential customers.
The robot has two robotic arms with fully articulated hands that allow it to pick out ingredients from a fridge, change the temperature on the hob, turn on taps to fill pans and plate up the meal. The robot is also connected to the fridge that can track ingredient quantities and alert you when items are running low.
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