British Tech Company Unveils Robotic Kitchen Assistant Moley Robotics unveiled a kitchen robot that can cook 5,000 recipes from scratch. The robot has arms, hands, cameras, and sensors that enable it to prepare full meals. It even does the dishes.

British Tech Company Unveils Robotic Kitchen Assistant

British Tech Company Unveils Robotic Kitchen Assistant

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Moley Robotics unveiled a kitchen robot that can cook 5,000 recipes from scratch. The robot has arms, hands, cameras, and sensors that enable it to prepare full meals. It even does the dishes.

TONYA MOSLEY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Tonya Mosley.

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JEAN VANDER PYL: (As Rosie) Come and get it.

MOSLEY: Remember Rosie from "The Jetsons"? She was the robot maid who cooked and cleaned for the family. Well, thanks to a British tech company, we're one step closer to Rosie. Moley Robotics unveiled a kitchen robot that can cook 5,000 recipes from scratch. The robot has arms, hands, cameras and sensors that enable it to prepare full meals. The best part - it even does the dishes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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