The robot cooker adopts a fully automatic cleaning system. /VCG Photo
The staff added that the robot cooker was only currently available for rent, and that a 10,000 yuan (1,588 US dollars) deposit is required plus 1 yuan (0.16 US dollars) for every dish cooked.
The smart robot cooker has attracted wide debate over Chinese social media.
"The man's story tells us that laziness is a primary productive force," Weibo user @chengyuyan commented.
"The most difficult part of cooking is not stir-frying dishes, but preparing raw materials. It seems that the cooker hasn't solved the problem of cleaning and cutting the cooking materials," said another Weibo user @mushimuzhao.
The 6th CSITF kicked off at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center last Thursday. The event aims to increase the import and export of cutting-edge technology in the machinery and AI sector.