Smart Robots: Integration of AI Is The Key To Limitless Opportunities

  • 23 Dec 2021 09:50
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Smart Robots: Integration of AI Is The Key To Limitless Opportunities

The cinematic world has always portrayed how one-day artificial intelligence(AI) driven robots would rival against the human race and people will fight for their survival. Although these movies are a thrill to watch on a bigger screen, they rarely touch the reality.

In reality, robotics is associated with reducing the redundancy in business operations and lift the heavyweight off the human’s shoulders, literally and figuratively. With the advancements in AI and robotics, smart robots are becoming an integral part of various manufacturing and retail industries.  

As per latest research conducted, the global smart robot market is expected to reach $17.56 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 19.6% from 2018 to 2025. That’s because of the rapid growth of the industrial automation, development of smart homes, and technological advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).

What does the future hold for smart robots?

For the retail industry, smart robots present limitless opportunities. Although some believe that technology may result in mass unemployment, the reality is far less dramatic.

Several market players have been developing smart robots that can perform a variety of services. For instance, Heasy, a mobile kiosk robotic solution that could be used in shopping centers, airports, and train stations and used as a welcome and information hub. The robot could navigate through a crowded place without bumping into humans. The robot is battery powered with around eight hours of battery backup. As the robot has kiosks, it can be used for taking interactive surveys.

Apart from the retail industry, smart robotics has made its way into healthcare. The application of smart robots is beyond performing repetitive and administrative tasks. The advancements of CRISPR are will know. Moreover, smart robots are now used to assist humans in complicated surgeries where superb precision is required.

In such cases, surgeons could use robotic hands to operate on patients with the required precision. What’s more, researchers estimate that smart robots could be used for more complex surgeries including tissue reconstruction. This way, doctors could operate with better precision while minimizing complications.

Recent Happenings in the Industry:

The use of smart robots for mere assistance is ubiquitous. With the advancements in AI, the development of humanoid AI robots is the next-big-thing in the robotic world. The world is familiar with Sophia and how far she has come in terms of learning. In fact, the robot has received the citizenship of Saudi Arabia in 2017, and attended conferences across the globe, and talked with remarkable political figures.

The advancements in Sophia offer a glance of the future. A robot that can express emotions just like us and answer the complicated question considering the emotion behind it is the future of smart robotics. Such robots are beneficial to several industries including medicine and education as it can offer companionship to the elderly and assist teachers in the school to offer one-on-one instructions to students.

Smart robots have come a long way. Robots are becoming smarter, faster, and capable to understand human emotions. Although robots such as Sophia offer mixed feelings about smart robotics, the fact is we cannot go back. Despite the potential threat portray in sci-fi films, we are bound to explore the potential of robots across various industries and deal with the consequences that come in our way.

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