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Advancements in Robotics and its Future Uses
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Author(s)
Tennyson Samuel John
KEYWORDS
LEMUR; Robotics; Robots; Robocup; Military bots; Social bots; Swarm Robotics
ABSTRACT
The future is not written yet and who knows whether robots are dangerous or not. What is for sure is that humans, being the curious beings, will develop new advanced generations of robots. Robots and other high-performance inventions have always been of a vast interest for humanity. A great number of scientists have spent the whole life in their laboratories with one aim "to work out innovative schemes, develop them and create some highest qualitative ranking robot". This engrossing process has reached its peak with the technical push that took place due to the endeavors of a number of brilliant and clear intellects of scientists all over the world. The most striking fantasies in this sphere are brought successfully into reality and a great number of robots are in service of people in order to make the process of work or manufacturing automatic. It happens so that people and robots go together in this life side by side, in some spheres of life they are even interchangeable and who knows into what this opposition "Human and Robots" will translate. The future of robots is mere speculation, but judging from developments in recent years, the continued advancements in technology are a foregone conclusion. Robots will likely continue to impact various aspects of our lives, and scientists and philosophers continue to debate the possibilities for the human race. As artificial intelligence continues to develop, there may be a point in which robots become superior to mankind. No matter the future holds, robots will have a place in it.
References
[1] Sensors for Mobile Robots: Theory and Application. A. K. Peters.

[2] Robots: From Science Fiction to Technological Revolution..Ken Kincaid, trans., New York: Harry N. Abrams

[3] http://www.futureforall.org/robotics/robotics.htm

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