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The world’s first robotic kitchen prepares crab bisque | Ars Technica


curated by | April 14, 2015

“The system, made by Moley Robotics in the UK, can only make crab bisque right now—and it requires that all of the ingredients and utensils are pre-positioned perfectly. The goal, though, is to have a consumer-ready version within two years, priced at aroun£10,000 ($14,600). The company envisions an “iTunes style library of recipes” that you can download and have your robot chef prepare.”

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