From NASA to Erica – The Robotics Future
With the Humanoids (robots) creating ripples at Pyeongchang Olympics, the world has entered a new era of Robotics. An era of intelligently powered and geared smart-metal-creatures that today are capable of almost anything from deep sea exploration to opening doors for guests and far more. This is just the beginning of what Artificial Intelligence coupled with Robotics has to offer to the consumers.
Years ago, when NASA deployed their first robots for outer space missions the race towards the automation had already begun. Time flew by and we saw the emergence of a new era of robotics.
Take for instance the robots that were presented at CES 2018. They had many unique functions like household chores to intelligent learning curves. The groundbreaking technology has already made available to children many toy robots.
Waiting for your Valet Robot? You may not be surprised when one is officially presented soon. It is entirely possible with today’s on-the-move-behavior adapting robots, adjusting to their given environments and differentiating between personalities in a household. Technology drenched, sensors and biometric applications inculcated in robots make them more human-like minus the feelings. Sensory chips may bring that out too to a reasonable extent.
AI and Robotics seamlessly sewed together will bring the best in Robotics. Michio Kaku already predicted the future of robotics around two years ago. Where these many-faceted robots are bound to perform feats that are challenging even to humans at times they are more than likely to create an uncertainty where we humans stand as workers. From humanoids like Erica (Japanese News Anchor) to Robots skiing live competitions – fully performing all skiing skills and maneuvers.