Review: The June Smart Oven Will Take Charge of Your Kitchen

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By Kirk Miller I didn’t trust my oven. Even when it was right. That admittedly makes June, a smart kitchen appliance, sound like a sentient machine. In a way, the “12-in-1” device (more on that later) does possess a weird intelligence and intuition; it could identify foods and adjust temperatures and cooking times without any effort from me. June works in tandem with an app, an interior camera, artificial intelligence, multiple sensors and a few accessories (primarily a nonstick pan and a food thermometer) to produce an array of foods and meals — emphasis on the latter, as the machine can make…

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