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  • The Future of the Robotics Industry

  • How Robots Will Revolutionize Ample Industries, the Benefits of Leveraging Robots in Global Industries, and How to ... Substantial Money Online in the Digital Era
  • By: Dr. Harrison Sachs
  • Narrated by: Derek Francis
  • Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
  • Categories: Science & Engineering, Engineering

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Summary

This essay sheds light on the future of the robotics industry and explicates how robots will revolutionize ample industries. Moreover, the benefits of leveraging robots in global industries are demystified in this essay. Furthermore, how to earn substantial money online in the digital era so that you can afford to integrate robots into your own business is expounded upon in this essay. The future of the robotics industry will not only be characterized by dynamism as it continues to metaphorically evolve, but will also be eminently auspicious for robot manufacturing companies even though it will present fewer job opportunities for human laborers. In the coming years, the robotics industry will continue to make advancements to robotic technologies that extend beyond the ambit of robots being able to efficaciously leverage the power of deep learning to flawlessly execute learned tasks. 

Technological breakthroughs are being made in the growing field of robotics for the prospect of rendering robots intelligent and autonomous. “The current focus of the industry tends to be on giving robots vision. Specifically, the rise of machine vision technology. This, combined with the advancement of the Internet of Things, gives robots the ability to process images and understand what they are ‘seeing’. As this technology continues to proliferate, the next step is giving robots the ability to apply these things to learn on their own. For example, a robot can currently be programmed to pick up and place items, but in the future, it will combine machine vision with machine learning to figure out its own programming through trial and error” (Davids, 2018). 

By leveraging machine learning and machine vision robots will be capable of seamlessly learning anything complex. In the coming decades, advancements will be made in the areas of machine learning, machine vision, deep learning, artificial intelligence, and robotic mobility. In the coming years, the robotics industry will also give rise to more collaborative robots which will work alongside human laborers. “This reflects the focus of the industry towards creating robots that are simpler, easier to program, and able to integrate into current processes. To make these robots safe, there is a large market for safety sensors that ensure humans can work alongside the robots without any significant risks. Machine vision will contribute to this as well, offering robots the ability to ‘see’ when someone is in their workspace” (Davids, 2018). 

Humans will work alongside collaborative robots in order to be able to complete tasks more efficiently and productivity through sequential collaboration efforts. The future of the robots industry is not limited to advancements in collaborative robots, such as hand guiding collaborative robots or “speed and separation” (“What are the,” 2019) collaborative robots. “The future will continue to enhance technologies, such as 3D embedded vision, multispectral, and hyperspectral imaging. This, combined with artificial intelligence and deep learning, will empower industrial robots to improve themselves and keep pace with the human workers around them” (Davids, 2018). 

In the coming decades, robots will have the capability to outperform human laborers in every facet a job as they become more technologically advanced. Robots will not only be able to teach themselves how to perform cumbersome tasks, but will also be able to incessantly work without taking breaks nor making errors. Robots can also work around the clock without succumbing to fatigue and can also work in a lights out environment with air conditioning. Beyond collaborative robots becoming more prevalently leveraged by companies in the pending years, industrial robots will also be utilized more by companies in the coming years.

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