Human-Arms Features of a New Chef Robot Made For Food-Making Enterprises

Features of a New Chef Robot

A top leading innovation information sharing platform, Business Insider, has revealed a newly-invented servicing robot made to take over the job of chefs in automated services restaurant.

The kitchen robot or Chef’s Job Robot was revealed recently through major information sharing channels to engineeringAll, it was showing the appearance of the robot’s arms, its flexibility, and working principle.

Based on major features, the arms movements were mimicking that of human arms in terms of the axis of movements known as degree of freedoms in robotics.

Though the newly-invent kitchen or Chef robot is not humanoid robot i.e. it has no human appearance design or human physical structure appearance, it works perfectly well for the human job it was designed to execute based on test carried out on its functionalities.

In terms of structure design, its arms were fixed at a rigid body that acts as support to enable the arms to take the needed actions with interruption.

Actions such as washing of dishes, plates and dispensing of food etc. can be carried out by the robot at fixed position.

This is the first robot to be revealed by the manufacturers as a chef robot and will become a good source of support to those running restaurant business, hotels, and food joints.

It is not a giant robot unlike some robots that can occupy space, rather it is small in size and has the arms’ size to be equal to that of humans.

The arms bear all the functions performed by the robot and it the major place the AI program controls the robot.

By converting the arms movement to various tasks given to the robot. Though artificial intelligence was not mentioned but its functions proved that it is a well programmed robot and could be using complex programs of AI for its autonomous actions.

Check the media coverage of the chef robot and tell me what you think.

This robot chef concept cooks and cleans up for you

— Business Insider (@businessinsider) July 2, 2018

Philip Nduka

Philip is a graduate of Mechanical engineering and an NDT inspector with vast practical knowledge in other engineering fields, and software.

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