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Video: Robot chef imitates human eating process to create tastier food

08.05.2022 06:28 AM
Video: Robot chef imitates human eating process to create tastier food
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In a breakthrough that is considered the first of its kind, a unique design of an artificial intelligence robot was recently revealed, which can practice cooking and taste work just like a human.

Researchers from the University of Cambridge, in collaboration with Beko, a famous home appliance manufacturer, have created a robot that can do cooking work and is characterized by its ability to taste the meals it cooks.

The robot, called "Robot Chef", has been trained to taste food at different stages of the chewing process to assess whether the food has the desired flavour. In addition to tasting, the robotic chef has already been trained to make omelettes, nine variations of a simple plate of scrambled eggs and tomatoes, and many other meals.

According to Grzegorz Shukaki, from the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge who was involved in developing the robot, most home cooks are familiar with the concept of tasting while checking the dish during the cooking process to check whether the balance of flavors is appropriate, so the robot should have to It has the same ability, and this is what was worked on when developing the robot, according to the Times of India.
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