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costs money to make or buy a robot  Robotics and automations can increase safety, reliability, production amount, profit, quality and quantity of products in a lot of cases. They can do jobs in dangerous situations and save lives of thousands of people. They do not care about the comfort of their environment. Human needs such as hunger or depression have no meanings for them. They do not get tired. Productivity Robots produce more accurate and high quality work Robots rarely make mistakes and are...

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interesting potential field because people expect robots to come into their lives. Robots will make our lives more comfortable, doing household duties, security jobs, tending the elderly, etc. Therefore, it is essential that people become more familiar with our future helpers. However, many people do not take interests in knowing about robots because people are not aware of the meaning of robots’ names. It is a good idea for inventors to name their robots or project after themselves on their company...

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Robots in Society

Robots in Society Some argue that the increasing use of robots might be dangerous for us. Today robots play an efficient and useful role in our society. We use robots every day. For example, phones, calculators, microwaves, printers, and computers. I agree with the claim that robots can be harmful to us. Robots may be a convenient and helpful way to perform everyday functions, but they can also have a negative impact on our lives. The use of robots will make us indolent,...

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Robots And AI

Robots and Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence (AI) is arguably the most exciting field in robotics. It's certainly the most controversial: Everybody agrees that a robot can work in an …………………..........., but there's no consensus on whether a robot can ever be intelligent. Like the term "robot" itself, artificial intelligence is hard to define. Ultimate AI would be a recreation of the human thought process - a man-made machine with our intellectual abilities. This would include the ability...

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The Robot Invasion Analysis

The word invasion is often defined as the unwanted intrusion of ones personal space. The story “The Robot Invasion” written by Charlie Gillis is about how technology today is immensely strong and intricate that the evolution of robots is increasing as the years move forward. One of the ways technology is invading ones personal space is the use of EZ pass, for many years people would give the money to a person in a toll booth, today whenever someone goes through a toll there is a machine that takes...

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Will Robots Take My Career Choice?

taken by robots. This is due to these working bots outperforming their human counterparts. An important question that should be asked by all is, “will robots take my career choice?” One specific career that poses interest in automation is a career choice in Law enforcement. After thorough research one can conclude that, although robots have the ability to take many aspects of police work, Robots may take some parts of the job but won't completely replace humans there are many aspects that a robot can't...

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Isaac Asimov's I, Robot

If the president and all of the members of congress have gone on strike and nearly all the existing laws have been lost, the robot that has been given the power to construct laws would be in charge of establishing the body of essential guiding principles or established standards in accordance for the United States. Essentially, the robot would be constructing a constitution. Generally speaking, laws are enacted in order to enforce the rights of citizens and to prevent people from damaging the lives...

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star climbing robot

SYNOPSIS OF STAIR CLIMBING ROBOT Abstract: The goal of our project was to design a robot that would climb starirs in a skillfull, calculated and efficient manner. Climbing a set of stairs is not a new challenge for robots, in fact it is often a common obstacle used by designers to showcase the robot’s skills. Their function as modeled after human movement. The smaller scaled robots, such as mine, usually use the bruete force method and are not able to successfully climb stairs. In the present...

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Line Following Robot

LINE FOLLOWING ROBOT Lines following robots are the classic introduction to robotics. They use some sort of sensor, to detect a line and then ride on top of the line along the course. These robots teach basic construction and electronics techniques. This simple robot is designed to be able to follow a black or white line on the ground without getting off the line too much. The robot has four sensors installed underneath the front part of the body, and two DC motors drive wheels moving forward. This...

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I Robot

Culture Assignment on I Robot I Robot I robot is a movie based on the works of an atheistic man, in which there are many theological themes present, which play toward the same questions we ask about our faith each and every day. I Robot is a movie based on the works of Victor Asimnov, a man who wrote several short stories about robots and human kinds interaction. The movie takes place in futuristic Chicago in the year 2035, at a time there are so many robots, that there will soon...

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