In the recent past, we have seen how artificial intelligence has become a buzzword and is being used in different wakes of life. While lawyers are using the help of AI in their arguments, chefs are generating recipes using the software. But can you imagine if AI could cook for you? Recently, a video of a 'machine chef' was shared on Twitter and it is making the internet dizzy. Wondering what the reason is? Take a look at the video and see for yourself:
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The video was originally shared on Twitter by a page named 'Sharing Travel'. Since the time it was posted, it has received over 2.3 million views and 10.8k likes. "Crazy machine chef. I'm hungry," read the caption to the post. In the clip, we could see a machine stir-frying or tossing vegetables in a wok. For the unversed, this is a very common cooking technique in which vegetables are tossed rapidly in high temperatures to keep them crisp. Typically, we have seen this being done by human chefs with a lot of effort and skill. However, with the help of this robotic technology, it was easily manageable with minimal hassle. The speed of the wok-tossing process could also be increased multiple times thanks to the machine chef.
Thousands of comments and reactions poured into the video of the machine chef. A user asked, "Is this the future of the catering industry?" while another reacted, "When machines will cook for us! Everyone will have a personal khansamah!" Several thought that the use of machinery in cooking would yield excellent results that no human could ever make. One user commented, "You can imagine how perfect this stir fry would be."
Take a look at the reactions:
Wok chefs about to loose their jobs 😩— Michael (@MrPagliarello) June 26, 2023
Robots 🤖 even learned wok fire breath 🔥 💨— boobuddy (@boobuddycrypto) June 27, 2023
Sorry chef no more job 🙈— ✨♩الضمير ✍🏼🇸🇦 (@O_____J00) June 26, 2023
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What did you think of the machine chef? Tell us in the comments.
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