Today, significant polarization in food preferences is set to increase in the coming years. Generation Y is settling to order food takeaway, fast food, and takeaway food items. On the contrary, they are looking for more complicated recipes when it comes to cooking. AI and other cutting-edge kitchen appliances can address the many challenges of the diverse culinary view. As cooking robot become more prevalent, it will be possible to make five-star Michelin food in a tiny kitchen where every meal will be a satisfying experience and change how you cook.
Home cooking dishes that are complex
Technology is revolutionizing the way that people cook. 59% of generation Y carry tablets or smartphones to the kitchen, and voice commands are the top request features. The concept “Plated” took on the benefits of globalization and technology along with the diversity of cultures, diversity, and preferences. The focus future aims to present sophisticated recipes made with conventional cooking equipment.
Every dish tells a story, and eating is an enjoyable time in everyone’s lives. Finding ingredients to cook with can take a lot of time. And it, leads to new platforms that can help cut down on time and promote a healthier eating plan. For three days or more, cooking at home was rates 67/100 and an Eating Index 74/100, respectively. With recipes that are easy to read and deliver, the ability to cook at home is likely to rise soon, and people will have more time with family and friends instead of heading to a restaurant.
A.I. to help the busy
In the year 2018, Moley made home cooking the next level. Moley released a fully automated robot with unlimited access to the best recipes. This invention allows the creation of culinary masterpieces by Thomas Keller and Gordan Ramsay that can cook in any kitchen. Apart from cooking, this cutting-edge robotic appliance also cleans the kitchen after the food preparation. It cuts down on time spent on routine tasks.
Generation Y represents the convenient age, and 62% of them report consuming fast food and paying the lowest amount on cooking dishes and cleaning. Moley helps solve this problem and lets everyone experience the pleasures of making meals at home and not spending time on the process. Robotics is opening up the way for everyone to enter the new world of healthy eating habits using AI as the primary driver.
The cooking robot employed by foodservice have proved adaptable. They currently involve in everything from catering services and front-of-house services and helping human workers with the preparation of meals. In addition to increasing efficiency and speed, they also save money and fill gaps within the workforce of humans. Cooking robot at restaurants may also increase safety.
Since the COVID-19 virus caused the food industry to change to the latest standards for safety, the significance of robots. In improving efficiency and efficiency in the kitchen from a business perspective is becoming more apparent.
Spyce restaurant is a fast and casual restaurant in Boston, US, with an entirely automated restaurant kitchen, which can cook food in the time of three or less. Restaurant robots oversee the robotic kitchen, with a single person referred to as the “garnish employee” who adds condiments to the food. The group that created the company comprises MIT engineers, including Spyce’s Chef Daniel Boulud, a Michelin-starred chef who states, “I discovered that the robotic kitchen brings precision, consistency, taste, and freshness to the preparation.”
Future of the culinary industry
Self-service ordering machines are widely used throughout the world. According to RationalStat research, the restaurant industry is expected to be fully automated shortly, resulting in 73% of routine food-service tasks being substituted by robots. As technology improves, the technology is becoming less expensive, allowing robot cooks the ability to use shortly. In the latest Pew Survey, robot servants and chefs are likely to be highly sought-after in 2025. In the meantime, “domestic” robots will see growth in their sales, exceeding 31 million units in 2019 and USD$ 13.2 billion in sales.
International Federation of Robotics (IFR) forecasted that robot sales would rise by 333,200 units. This will be in addition to the estimated figure in the range of US$23.1 billion in 2019. And it could lead to widespread robotic chefs, a potential model for the industry of restaurants. Unique experiences for guests and technology may be a result of this development. But, it brings up a myriad of other concerns. Robots could take over many jobs in the fast-food business and be in the midst of chaos following the announcement. The problem is how do we maintain an even playing field and avoid creating excessive work which causes unemployment?