The company says you can put food in it, and it will automatically recognize what you want it to cook, and recommend the right temperature, time, and mode. According to a press release, EU models have the ability to warn you that your food is getting over cooked.

The in-wall oven has an internal camera that can recognize 80 different dishes and ingredients, as well as a 7-inch touchscreen that can be used to adjust settings. The company notes that the European model is capable of recognizing 106 dishes, which makes it sound like you will want to check what features the oven has in your region before buying it.

You can live stream it from your oven.

The internal camera can be used for more than just the artificial intelligence. This is great for content creators and avid chefs who want to share their dishes, take pictures of your food as it cooks, or just use it to check your bake without having to leave the house.

If you are like me and are wondering how you would open a door without a handle, push-to-open is the best way to go. I would have reservations about that kind of mechanism, but more importantly I am not sure where the kitchen towel is supposed to be hung.

Air fryer, steam cooking, dual temperature zones, and even something called "air sous-vide" are some of the modes that the Bespoke AI oven has.

While this isn't the first oven that promises to recognize and cook your food, the June Oven did a similar thing in a counter top form factor, and other companies are working on their own artificial intelligence ovens. You can use the platform to preheat the oven, set the timer, and see the camera stream from your phone if you connect it to the wi-fi. Users can beanalyzed to find out their workout and diet goals.

The oven will be launched in the US and EU in the third quarter of 2020.