A London-based robotics company Moley Robotics has created the Moley Kitchen robot that can cook meals from scratch and clean up afterwards.
The robot has two robotic arms with fully articulated “hands” that can retrieve ingredients from smart fridge and use the sink to fill pans. It has been developed with the assistance of BBC MasterChef’s 2011 winner Tim Anderson.
According to The Guardian, Anderson’s cooking techniques were captured in 3D and “translated into elegant digital movement using bespoke algorithms”.Anderson and fellow chefs Nicole Pisani and Andrew Clarke have created 30 dishes to showcase the system’s capabilities at launch, with new recipes added every month.
The technology features two robotic arms with fully articulated “hands”, developed in collaboration with world-leading German robotic company Schunk.