Samsung unveil new AI oven that lets you livestream your cooking

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4 Jan 2023, 12:10

The Bespoke AI Oven by Samsung

Credit: Samsung

There really is an app for everything these days and Samsung has taken it to the next level with its new line of Bespoke smart appliances.

The AI Oven features a seven-inch screen with touch controls and an actual camera inside the oven (no, we’re not joking).

It will ensure you get the perfect meal every time as the camera can detect what you’re cooking and suggest optimal settings, according to Samsung.

The company introduced the appliance as part of its new bespoke range of AI appliances at CES 2023, which promise to change the future of cooking forever.

The Bespoke AI Oven can also send you warning notifications to prevent your food from burning and lets you keep an eye on your grub using the screen.

That’s not all, it also gives you the option to take photos of your food or even livestream it cooking via a video feed.

The Bespoke AI Oven by Samsung

Credit: Samsung

Users can also control the oven remotely using the SmartThings app so you can cook on the go and, paired with the Samsung Health app, you can analyse workout stats and diet goals based on the ingredients you have to hand.

The oven offers several modes for cooking including air fryer, steam cooking, dual temperature zones and something called air sous vide.

It’s not clear how much the incredible appliance costs but we can imagine it would create a significant dent to your bank account.

In other food/tech-related news, McDonald’s is trialling a fully automated restaurant in a branch in Texas.

The fast-food chain is following in the footsteps of Supermarkets by creating a restaurant where you can order and collect your meal without having to see or speak to a human.

However, many expressed concern at the system after food TikToker @foodiemunster posted a video of the new McDonald's.