Miso Robotics Stock

misorobotics.comIndustrialFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $102.07MM

Miso Robotics develops and manufactures artificial intelligence-driven robots that assist chefs to make food at restaurants. Founded 2016 by Buck Jordan, David D. Zito, Robert Anderson and Ryan Sinnet Miso Robotics is headquartered in Pasadena, California. The robots help chefs in preparation work, grilling, frying, and final assembly in commercial kitchens.

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Team

Management Team

Jacob Brewer
Chief Strategy Officer
Ryan Sinnet
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Michael Bell
Chief Executive Officer
Rob Anderson
Co-Founder & Head of Mechanical Engineering
Ryan Sinnet
Co-Founder & Chief Research Officer
Buck Jordan
Co-founder, President, & Chairman

Board Members

Massimo Noja De Marco
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Joseph Essas
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Kevin Morris
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News

Top U.S. fast-food brands like Jack in the Box have already adopted Miso's food-frying and drinking-pouring robots. Now, Miso's landed a new international partner as the company sets its sights overseas.
Fast-food French fries and onion rings are going high-tech, thanks to a company in Southern California.
Chipotle is now testing an AI-based kitchen management system that provides “demand-based cooking and ingredient preparation forecasts,” and is also expanding its Chippy AI test to a restaurant in California.