Tech companies are going to reinvent the kitchen with AI and cooking robots at CES 2024

Tech companies are going to reinvent the kitchen with AI and cooking robots at CES 2024
Tech companies are going to reinvent the kitchen with AI and cooking robots at CES 2024

At CES 2024 in Las Vegas, tech businesses of all sizes are displaying their latest technologies

Chef-like robots, AI-powered equipment, and other high-tech kitchen gadgets are promising that humans will no longer need to cook or mix beverages for themselves.

At CES 2024, the Consumer Technology Association’s multi-day trade show, there was plenty new in the food and beverage world. Cocktail-mixing and ice cream-making devices similar to a Keurig were on display, as was a robot barista whose actions are designed to simulate a human making a vanilla latte.


With their new $1,000 indoor smoker, GE Appliances hopes to transform the way you smoke food. Here are some of the latest technologies that are changing the way meals are prepared, cooked, and delivered:

The GE Profile Smart Indoor Smoker, which is about the size of a toaster oven or microwave, can fit a complete brisket sliced in half, 40 chicken wings, or three racks of ribs. It still uses wood pellets to create a smokey flavor, but its technology retains the smoke within, making it “perfect for people who live in urban environments,” such as high-rise apartments, according to Whitney Welch, a GE Appliances spokesman.


Brisk employs generative AI technology. Its latest smart barbecue, the NeoSear, intends to make barbecuing a breeze.

To design the right recipe, you can ask the grill a variety of questions: What spices should I use to spice up my chicken skewers? What is the best way to sear a medium-rare steak?

Brisk will support you once you’ve nailed down a recipe and prepared the dish. It will be cooked by the grill’s InnoGrill AI 2.0 technology.

“It’s everyone’s smart grill,” CEO Christopher Huang explained. “It doesn’t matter if you’re a skilled enthusiast or if you’re busy, young or old.”

The grill is not yet available, but Huang estimates it will cost roughly $2,000 when it is.


Homemade ice cream takes hours to freeze, but with ColdSnap’s no-clean ice cream machine, your frozen delight is ready in two minutes.

Consider it a Keurig for ice cream: Choose from flavors such as salted caramel and coffee, then insert the pod into the machine, and it will dispense your icy treat in minutes after scanning the QR code on the pod.

ColdSnap is also capable of producing frozen lattes, alcoholic ice cream desserts, and protein drinks.


Chef AI, a tech startup, has unveiled a “real one-touch” air fryer.

Unlike the air fryer you may have on your kitchen counter right now, Chef AI’s version of the popular device requires no fussing with settings. Simply insert the food in the air fryer, press Start, and it will utilize artificial intelligence to recognize what type of food it is cooking, according to the manufacturer.

He claimed that the air fryer could convert even the most inept cooks into chefs.

Chef AI will be available for $250 in the United States in September.


What’s the trick to making the perfect dirty martini? Don’t worry; Bartesian’s cocktail-mixing device eliminates the guesswork from bartending.

The Premier, Bartesian’s most recent incarnation, can contain up to four distinct types of spirits. It will be released later this year and will cost $369.

Choose from 60 recipes on the appliance’s small touch screen, drop a cocktail capsule into the machine, and you’ll have a premium cocktail over ice in seconds.

Roig explained that the company’s resident barista, who is responsible for all of Artly’s coffee recipes, was outfitted with motion sensors that captured his motions as he produced each recipe, from loading coffee grounds into the filter to foaming milk and pouring latte art.

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