Why do we need robots? Seems like a simple question.
Why do we need robots? Seems like a simple question. Robots have been used in factories to help us mere mortals. They lift heavy things and perform difficult or repetitive work, 24x7. Robots are coming out of the factories and are already all around us.
We will begin to notice “robots” on the streets, in the grocery stores, in coffee shops, at home, and in the air. The global market for robots in all sectors will easily surpass $200 billion in the next 5 years, according to multiple analysts’ reports.
Economically, robots are often more productive, which ultimately means they are less expensive. Here is a glimpse of the latest trend-setting news and events about robots so you can see for yourself. We are here to help you focus on the future … today.
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Chowbotics Inc. has landed $5 million in a Series A round of venture funding. The company’s flagship product, Sally, is a salad-making robot that uses 20 different food canisters to prepare and serve more than 1,000 different types of salads.
This automatic shopping basket could revolutionize grocery shopping, using RFID technology and scanners in the basket. "Regi-robo" is currently being tested in Japan.
The robot glove, "Exo-Glove Poly" was designed to help disabled people with everyday tasks. The robot hand has underactuation mechanism and a pulley system for smooth hand motions.
By 2030 students will be learning from robot teachers 10 times faster than today. The bots will deliver tailored lessons based on every students needs.