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Robotics: The Future is Here
A robot is a mechanical or virtual intelligent agent that can perform tasks automatically or with guidance, typically by remote control.
Robots have caught the attention of the human eye in the last some years. Robots have become the subject of research, debates and movies. A device resembling a human body that can be programmed to perform to human instructions, a robot can record shows for its master, cook food, play music, run cars, etc. In certain countries like Japan, Korea, etc., robots are commonly used for household purposes, television ads, etc.
Today robots have become technically so advanced that Isaac Asimov had to say “you can’t differentiate between a robot and the very best of humans”.
Unquestionably a robot is a scientific marvel. Although the science of robotics only came about in the zoth century, the history of human-invented automation has a much lengthier past. In fact, the ancient Greek engineer—Hero of Alexandria, produced two texts, Pneumatica and Automata, that testify the existence of hundreds of different kinds of ‘wonder’ machines capable of automated movement.
Ofcourse, robotics in the 20th and 21st centuries has advanced radically to include machines capable of assembling other machines and even robots with a structure similar to the human body.
Robotics has become a burgeoning science today as more and more money is being invested in it. The industrial robots are already in fashion in Japan, South Korea and many parts of Europe.
Additionally, robots have found a place in other spheres as toys and entertainment, military weapons, search and rescue assistants and many other jobs.
Essentially, as programming and technology improve, robots find a place into many jobs that in the past were considered too dangerous, dull or impossible for humans to achieve. Robots are now being launched into space to complete the next stages of extraterrestrial and extrasolar research.
However, robots so far have been the result of pure mechanical engineering which though, appear like a human body but are devoid of any human emotions. Efforts are now on to create robots that think, feel and learn like human too.
This is a step in a process to provide a workforce which is cheap, skilled and more productive than humans. This does seem to convince us that the future is now being envisaged in robotics. As robots are now being programmed and designed to replace humans in many spheres, it is clear that the science of robotics is being geared up to run or even being prepared to become the future of the world.