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  1. #1 'World's first' robot kitchen cooks for visitors at CES Asia in Shanghai 
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    Visitors to the inaugural Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Asia in Shanghai on Monday were cooked food by a robotic kitchen, the first of its kind according to its creators.

    Designed by London-based Moley Robotics, the automated kitchen consists of two large robotic arms which can construct dishes based on an iTunes-like library of recipes. The arms were designed by the Shadow Robot company, which also provides technologies to NASA, and consist of 20 motors, 24 joints and 129 sensors allowing them to mimic the movements and dexterity of human hands.
    Chef Tim Anderson, a former winner of the BBC's Masterchef competition, acted as a recipe consultant, developing the crab bisque dish that was served to visitors at CES Asia.
    ďI chose crab bisque as a dish because itís a real challenge for human chef to make well, never mind a machine," Anderson said.
    Moe>http://www.scmp.com/tech/innovation/...-asia-shanghai

    Makes sandwiches, doesn't burn toast, I wonder if it could be fitted with a....................never mind.
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    boogerbrown007@****** May 27th 2015
    2:35am
    This does nothing for humanity other than put more people out of work. The average American and European citizen is being crushed by robots on one side and illegal immigrants on the other. All caused by politicians giving corporations handouts, and corporations stuffing money in politicians pockets. It is sad.






    maryannludwig@****** May 26th 2015
    11:25pm
    Congratulations all you folks who pushed for higher wages. Upping the minimum to $15 per hour in the city of Los Angeles (after that failed spectacularly in Seattle) will hasten the adoption of such robotic kitchens. Bye bye fast food jobs. Hello cheaper fast food thanks to robots.





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    Hack into it and poison people!!!! GAAAAA!!!

    And of course this could be used to control people, no butter for you!!!!
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Soon to be our new fast food workers!
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