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Chef Droid-ardee: Naming robotic cooking assistants

From robot vacuums and AI personal assistants, robotic technology is the way of the future. It seems only logical that they have made their way into lending a hand in the kitchen. And yes, we mean a literal hand! From flipping burgers to stir fry, these autonomous arms can be programed to cook a wide variety of meals. For instance, popular burger chain White Castle has invested in Miso Robotics’ robotic arm to cook in their kitchen and support its employees. Don’t think that these arms are limited to restaurants though, they are also available to people looking to further automate their lives.

 

Unlike cooks in the kitchen, you can never have too many PopNamers serving up names. Orders up PopNamers! What would you name these robotic cooking assistants?

 

Photo courtesy of Miso Robotics

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