Posted by BBC News on Sunday, September 13, 2019 19:00:51The robot has been given the go-ahead to make some of the world’s most delicious treats, including cupquake-making food.
It is designed to make cups of chocolate, and even cups of pudding.
The robot was developed by Google’s UK subsidiary, Baker Hughes, to create cupquakes.
“Doraemon was developed in conjunction with Baker Hughes,” a company spokesperson said.
“It’s designed to create a cup of chocolate for a cupcake and also for making cupcakes and chocolate mousse.”
Doraemons job is to make cupcakes, and it is also used to make pudding, but that is only the start.
It can make a chocolate cupcake with chocolate chips and cream.
“The Doraemon will also be able to create pudding, and also to make chocolate mousses, chocolate fudge, chocolate ganache and chocolate frosting,” the company added.
“We’re looking to add other types of desserts to the Doraemaker.
For example, it’s possible to make ganaches and ice cream.”
This is not the first time a robot has helped make cupcake recipes.
The robot has also made ice cream.
In 2018, the robot was used to create chocolate cupcakes for a chocolate bar, which were then distributed to customers.
The Baker Hughes spokesperson said the Dotaemon is also being used to prepare cupcakes.
“This is just the beginning.
It will be able make cakes, cakes with chocolate, chocolate cakes, and chocolate cup cakes.
We hope that we can get it up and running as soon as possible,” the spokesperson said, adding that it could be up and operating in 2020.
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