London-Based Moley Robotics Seeks £1M on Seedrs For New Chef Robots


This week, London-based Moley Robotics launched a Seedrs initiative to secure £1 million for its new chef robots, which can cook in a user’s kitchen at the touch of a button.

moley2The company stated it has created what it believes to be the world’s “first fully-automated and integrated intelligent” cooking robot. Each of the robots is designed to learn recipes, prepare and cook, and clean up after themselves. Moley also explained it offers a library of recipes from around the world. The robots can create dishes for their owners or even teach them how to make the meals.  The company noted:

Moley aims to improve the quality and variety of everyday meals and help people become better cooks. You would be able to follow a recipe being cooked by the robot chef to the same standard as a professional chef, repeating it in the same kitchen with the same utensils. Techniques that most people never try because they are difficult to learn from a book, youTube etc., can be practiced with the chef until perfect.

Operating the robots is super simple. Owners simply select their menus remotely and then let the robots take over. Owners then come home with a meal that’s exactly what they wanted, when they wanted it, cooked to perfection. Moley has notably received various recognitions and awards, including its Robotic Kitchen being named “Best of the Best” award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Shanghai in May 2015. The company added that it believes its robots will transform everyday life in the kitchen.

Those that invest in the project will receive the following rewards:


Since its debut, Moley Robotics’ equity crowdfunding campaign has raised more than 400,000 from over 60 investors. It is set to close at the beginning of December.


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