Robots and AI: Are They Today’s New Service Workers?

Technology has made magnificent strides at a startling rate this past decade, and now robotics and artificial intelligence have become even more ingrained in our society than ever before. It may seem like science fiction to think about robots serving humans and accomplishing tasks in our daily lives, but this is a reality. Here are some of the most prominent uses of robotics in civilization.

Collaborative machinery

There are entirely automated robotic arms and mechanisms that are currently functional in various commercial industries. Using a built-in robot vision system, these machines are intuitive and can handle different tasks more effectively in varying environments because they can assess their surroundings.

They are being touted as collaborative because they can work with humans, improving their work without getting in the way or completely overriding the process. This function has made them valuable in production and commercial facilities, as they can respond to changes and movement around them while still getting repetitive and energy-consuming work done.

It marks a big step forward for machine learning and how they are serving real roles in the assembly line. As these robots use visuals as another step, there are fewer risks and liability because they can identify what’s in front of them and determine whether to push through with their assigned function. That can benefit factories that need quick succession.

Virtual assistance

The advent of virtual assistants has been integrated into society that it is not restricted to one core demographic. People of different ages have come to make use of various assistive functions both for commercial and personal purposes.

With digital integration allowing these assistants to personalize data, connect to other devices, and do everything from scheduling to filtering emails. They continue to get improvements and are becoming “smarter” as time passes. It increases their functions and makes them more accessible to individuals who may not necessarily be tech-savvy.

With their vast array of practical uses, data has shown that there are 3.25 billion digital assistants in devices being used across the globe. This number is expected to grow exponentially as their artificial intelligence becomes even smoother and more connected to various software.

Home improvement

Whether it’s house cleaning, security, health monitoring, or even purely entertainment, there has been a growth in robots specifically designed and marketed for homes. They combine the functions of artificial intelligence and existing appliances, include them in systems that feel more interactive, and have their own programmed personality.

With different competitors in the market, there are so many to choose from. While some are designed to look more humanoid and others more like machines with screens, these new robots have been built to cater to the people’s daily needs. This function makes them a modern, convenient tool right in the market that seemingly been entered as a new form of service workers- keeping the household and its members in tip-top shape.

From these functions of robots and AI alone, it feels like we’re living in the future. It’s exciting to see how much farther things will get and what will be in store in the world of robotics and machinery.

Sunit Kumar Nandi

Sysadmin, coder, e-magazine editor, tech reviewer, freelancer. I love science and all things nice. Leading officer of Tekh Decoded. Owner of Techno FAQ Digital Media.

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