People have done this kind of thing on multiple size projects. I don’t recall one with cabinet doors, but that will be cool.
There’s a prebuilt product for chicken coop doors called coop boss which is very nice, but has a lot of features that you aren’t likely to need. Still, it’s worth knowing about.
The ones which are likely to be likely to be a closer fit are probably the people who have automated a pet door. Those have all been DIY projects, and there have been a couple of different versions.
(there’s also at least one project with motorized windows, but because of the glass and the need to be able to stop the window in various positions I don’t think those are going to be as applicable for your needs as the pet door projects.)
All of that said, remember that there are safety issues with cabinet doors also. Not as bad as a door that a person or animal actually goes through from both sides, but still real. You don’t want to catch someone’s finger in the door. so that’s just something to think about.
(I myself am quadriparetic so I do pay attention to projects like this. At my house, we ended up just teaching my service dog to open the cabinet doors as it was less expensive all around given that I already had the dog. )
OK, as far as finding these project reports… There quick browse lists in the community – created wiki for projects of various types. As it happens, both the chicken coop project and the pet door projects are on the list marked “pets.” In the project report section of the quick browse lists.
Again, I think the dog door projects have the most applicable equipment, you may even be able to downsize from that depending on the type of doors you are using.
Good luck, I look forward to hearing more about your project in the future!