Will Robots Change Our Lives in the Future?

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Will robots change our lives in the future? It's a funny question to ask and it does not take a rocket scientist to understand that they're changing our lives now in so many ways. They record our shows, cook our food, play our music, and even run our cars. We just don't see it because these "robots" don't have a face we can talk to or a butt we can kick.We are living in a technological era, when more and more high-tech gadgetry and automated appliances appear every day, when a lot of scientific enquiries are held. In fact we are only a consumer society that moves with the times. And advances made in robot’s field are just the job. Nowadays exist a lot of new kinds of robots and machines. And here are some of the newest. 1. Humanoid Ever-1 Android

Ever-1 is a Korean android that is able to move its upper body, hold a conversation, and make facial expressions. It can even make eye contact with the people near it. Although it can’t move its lower limbs, it can be used to read to children, provide information in a public setting or hold a demonstration. That is one man think tank. This chatty-batty robot is a successful application of artificial intelligence that caused a stir within the community. 2. USC Robota Dolls

The Robota Dolls from USC may look a little…terrifying. But to the best of my knowledge Robota dolls have a significantly beneficial use: they help autistic children learn to react to facial expressions. They can also be used for a variety of other learning games and activities for handicapped children. The Robota Dolls stood the test of time and pulled off striking achievements. 3. T-Rot Robotic Bartender

In 2005, visitors at the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) forum were greeted by a robotic bartender. The “T-Rot” can recognize speech, fetch items it’s asked to get, and pick up delicate items thanks to its incredible synthetic skin. The skin can detect different pressures, just like human skin, and adjust...
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