Ready for entering the new age of robotics?

April 07, 2020

We are entering the new age of robotics. Automated machines are increasingly affecting the lives of people, not only stopping at simple tasks but also performing complex tasks. Typically, seal robots are used in the treatment of mental patients in Japan due to their ability to be warm and emotional in communicating with patients.

 

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Controlling cars, performing assigned tasks, even writing a required paragraph coherently, all of these capabilities have become a reality and are still developing and improving very fast. Robots are taking over more and more aspects of our lives. More and more robots are capable of operating more accurately, more efficiently, and especially more human beings are introduced and changed our lives and jobs. Autonomous cars have travelled thousands of kilometres and drones have completed many more tasks, completely automated, without any external control. Basically, the development of computer science, information technology, information networks such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and sensors, mini cameras and navigation systems, as well as lasers, lead to a wide range of innovations and innovations in robotics and automation.

The range of robotics and automation is still facing a problem: the interaction between people and robots. Humans are interacting with robots more often every day, so psychologists are doing these in-depth studies and interactions. A psychologist in Austria said companies are trying to develop human-like robots as much as possible. But in reality, increasingly similar robots and humans can backfire, or even cause fear in humans.

The main reason is that the robot’s gestures and actions are still very “mechanical”, despite human-like facial expressions. For that reason, some robots do not have a human face, such as Honda’s famous robot – Asimo.

Another area that psychologists are investigating is the fear of losing control. In fact, who is controlling whom? This question has been raised many times during the smartphone boom and was once again mentioned in the age of robotics and automation.

Another issue is responsibility. If your robot breaks a neighbour’s glass door, or a self-driving car causes an accident, who is responsible? In fact, there are clear laws about autonomous cars causing accidents. Self-driving cars always require a person who is always ready to respond and is responsible for accident cases even though the self-driving system and GPS malfunction. This will certainly open a potential market for future lawyers.

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