The technology comes to fill a gap in the realm of 'smart' appliances and might be the answer for those looking to cook more

Preparing chef-level dishes will soon be as easy as pressing a button. Whirlpool, leading manufacturer of home appliances, and food tech innovator Innit, announced a partnership that brings food intelligence into appliances to help people eat and live better.

Jenn-Air ovens, Whirlpool's premium brand, will be the first to use the Innit platform, which enables advanced automated cooking by working with existing technology in smart appliances—cameras in refrigerators, scales in ovens—to suggest recipes based on the ingredients available and guides home cooks through the cooking process.

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