It has been revealed that robots are now learning cooking through YouTube videos.
The University of Maryland has been using the "deep learning" technique to teach robots how to cook. The researchers at the university gathered data from 88 YouTube cooking videos and turned it into cooking commands the robot can execute, New York Daily News reported.
Although humanoid cooks are not new, deep learning can increase their use and prominence. Several restaurant kitchens around the world have already started to use humanoid cooks.
University of Oxford researchers published a paper in 2013 where they estimated that there is a 92 percent chance that fast-food preparation and serving will be automated in the next couple decades.
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