This year at CES a bevy of kitchen appliances both big and small were surprisingly sophisticated. Some had AI voice control baked right in like Instant Pot-style multicookers, mobile cooking apps, even microwave ovens. Others brought huge touchscreens to stoves or simply helped you avoid overfeeding fido.
Small appliance manufacturer Gourmia will include the voice-activated Google Assistant platform in its GKM9000 multicooker. This integration means you can access all the features of Google Assistant from this small, countertop appliance using voice commands that you trigger with the phrase, "Hey, Google."
GE Appliances has created a smart home hub designed to act as the control center of your kitchen. The hub also contains two cameras: a forward-facing camera that lets you video chat and a cooktop-facing camera so you can capture and post pictures of your meals in progress.
Dog-food delivery company YaDoggie has a solution to keep your pup honest on whether he or she has eaten today. It's a Bluetooth-connected food scoop and app that keeps track of who fed the dog.
Nima, the company that created a Bluetooth-connected gluten detector, has made a version of its device that tells you if there are traces of peanuts in your food.