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  • The smart oven that acts like a chef
  • The smart oven that acts like a chef
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The smart oven that acts like a chef

The basic design of the kitchen oven hasn't changed much in the past few decades. Convection fans and LED displays have been the extent of innovation. But a tech company called June wants to disrupt the sector with a smart oven that's more of a sous chef than a kitchen appliance.

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