The Evolution Of Robots: From Gadget To Humanoid?

The evolution of robots continues to delight and surprise as machines grow closer and closer to human form and function. What used to be science fiction in 1921 may soon be a reality in 2021 if robots that already exist like Alexa and Roomba merge into one humanoid bot that can learn to think independently and vacuum. But the recent explosion of robotics is deceptive, making it seem like they just came to fruition. In fact, Robotics has had a much longer history; in fact, the first known example of a functioning robotic device dates to a water clock somewhere around 1500 BCE found in an Egyptian burial tomb. 

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The Increasing Potential of Industrial Robotics

Industrial robots are not a new phenomena. They have been around in some form since early in the industrial revolution. Continuing developments in robotics and AI have led to a new generation of industrial robots that will have a major impact on the way many tasks are handled in the future. Robots are being designed to perform complicated procedures that previously could only be completed using highly skilled human labor. 

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Robotic Process Automation is Game Ghanger for Workflow and Processes

The idea of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) — a robotics precursor to artificial intelligence — tends to strike fear in the hearts of workers who suspect they will be replaced by robots. The reality is that is definitely not the case. There is no question that some jobs will be lost, but others will be created. In many cases, RPA will just take on extra work no one wants to do.

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