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1. In reality, individuals and society want to change their daily lives, improve people’s well-being, and improve human health, safety, and productivity. AI influences on people, their communities, and society. Hardly a day goes by without news about a breakthrough in machine intelligence or some debate about its pros and cons. In future AI technologies will affect jobs, the environment, transportation, public safety, healthcare, community engagement, and government; they will make driving safer by self-driving vehicles, help children learn, extend and enhance people’s lives.
2. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the branch of computer science that emphasizes on creating intelligent machines that work and react like humans. It is also a set of computational technologies that are inspired by the ways people use their nervous systems and bodies to sense, learn, reason, and take action. However, AI technologies typically operate quite differently from human brain. AI is the ability to accomplish complex goals. It includes programming computers for traits like Speech Recognition, Learning, Planning, Problem solving, Knowledge, Reasoning, Perception, Ability to manipulate and move objects etc.
3. A robot is a machine created to sense, think and act. Robots use light sensors, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, proximity sensors, and distance sensors to interact with their environment. A robot is a machine designed to execute one or more tasks automatically with speed and precision. Robots are supposed to solve complex problems, have social interactions and learn through AI that allows a robot to generate a plan to act. Robots can perform the same task repeatedly without getting bored. Different types of robots perform different tasks. There are as many different types of robots as there are tasks for them to perform. Industrial robots perform repetitive tasks. A human operator can control a robot remotely, from a great distance. Autonomous robots act as stand-alone systems using their own computers called the controller. Smart robots have a built-in artificial intelligence system that can learn from its environment and its experience.
4. I think, people want to have robots because robots leave little for a human being to do except twiddle his thumbs while awaiting his pizza delivery from a cyborg. In fact, we have developed a physiological and psychological dependency for our robots. A massage chair knows just how to work out the kinks in our shoulders to relieve stress. A high-tech espresso machine validates our high-class status. Robots have developed social lives, intertwined with our own. They have become part of the household. We discuss them as we would discuss the houseplant or the family dog.
5. Robots have become habitual in our lives. We need robots and artificial intelligence in every single industry to solve complex problems. We desperately do. A computer is on every desk and in every home. Robots work in dangerous or alien environment. Experts consider eight most salient domains for smart robots: transportation; service robots; healthcare; education; low-resource communities; public safety and security; employment and workplace; and entertainment. We may be on the verge of a new era, when the PC will get up off the desktop and allow us to see, hear, touch and manipulate objects in places where we are not physically present.
6. It is perplexing to contemplate how many tasks we could delegate to robots. Okay, here’s what our robot would do … Cook nutritious and healthy meals for our family,toast our bread, wash dishes clean and boil our rice to al dente perfection.These meals would be delicious and have lovely presentation, and be made from organic ingredients and be good for human beings. Our robot could wear an apron if it wanted. Of course, our robot would clean our rooms, fan our bodies cool during the hottest temperatures and heat us before we shiver. Our robots will water our plants or turn off and on the lights from a distance. Finally, the robot would perform light administrative duties. Our robot would answer our e-mails, screen and field our calls, keep a calendar for us, remind us when we have dentist appointments and school functions, do our billing, pay our bills, pick up our dry cleaning… They direct us on a journey across town. They alert our attention to errors in papers and blog posts with squiggly red lines.
7. As everyday fixtures, we should appreciate robots reliability and efficiency, and regard them as necessity. With adequate charging or the correct size batteries, robots rarely let us down. Machines save our time, and time is wealth! We could spend most of our time for outdoor activities. Outdoor physical activities are important for a person’s health and well-being.
8. We live in the time of technology which makes our lives easy and comfortable, makes things faster, it saves our time. Machines will be best when it comes to doing a certain type of tasks and they will increase the productivity and profitability by 3–5 times. In every aspect of life we are becoming more and more dependent on modern machines and have stopped using our body and brain. Technology is preventing humans from doing outdoor activities; we choose to sit around and play on our phones. It makes us fat. Technology has reduced our physical activity which is making us lazy. But we are responsible for our laziness. There is a difference between an easier life and lazier life.
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