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Robots: We Love The Crazy Things They Do
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BillDChandler
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2/5/2015 | 10:47:17 AM
Cooking in the IoT Kitchen
As a batchlor  I'm interested in the potential of the IoT in the kitchen, to make my life easier, and it seems a cooking robot would be the perfect addition to that.  It would work with the other utilities, get new ideas and cook dinner.  Order food and put it away. Plan the meals, do the dishes. Even feed the cat when I'm away.  
soozyg
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2/5/2015 | 9:17:11 AM
disney
Leave it to Disney to create a robot that's just for wealthy people entertainment, that doesn't actually help anyone or improve life at all. I suppose those bartender robots are a similar notion, I just don't like Disney because, to me, they represent unhelpful conspicuous consumption.
soozyg
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2/5/2015 | 9:11:16 AM
cooking robot
so interesting.

learns the most important part of the task

How does the robot do this? I'm sure it must be cued by language in cooking shows like "Now this is very important" or "Now, remember to...." but that's would be part of the script. What is the cook goes off script and doesn't use those key words?
soozyg
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2/5/2015 | 9:07:28 AM
projecting
My first question would be: There's enough projectile vomiting going around that we actually need a robot to simulate it?
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