What an age we live in where we get to see such advancements proliferate and enhance the everyday lives of consumers. Most have already heard of smart homes, where devices and technology are linked together for a streamlined user experience. But how about a kitchen that does the hard work for you?
Thanks to good people at Innit this piece of science fiction is becoming a reality. This ‘smart’ kitchen will recognize food in your fridge, suggest recipes, and even cook for you.
Many are lamenting this as some sort of insult to the art of cooking. “Everyone should learn to cook,” says one comment on a similar video posted to Facebook. Here’s some shocking info for all the chefs and moms who feel threatened by this technology: many of us don’t want to cook, we don’t have time to cook, and some really just shouldn’t cook. Now people like this have an option other than frozen meals and canned soup.