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Tech Bytes: World's first robotic kitchen

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Created: December 07, 2020 01:26 PM

Amazon's founder, Jeff Bezos, and his mission to put a woman on the moon. Bezos shared a video of his company's rocket engine shooting flames as it was being testing at a NASA building in Alabama. Bezos says it will take a woman to the moon in 2024.

And check out what is being called the world's first robotic kitchen. The robotic arms can cook like a professional chef and it's software will eventually remember 5,000 recipes. The price tag? $330,000.

A new take on work from home is coming from Amazon. A European company is selling an office in a box. A larger version, about 225 square feet, comes with a bathroom and kitchen. The whole thing gets power from your home's electrical system. It costs $20,000.

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