Employers should keep in mind that this type of stress for workers „is not healthy, and it is real and has an impact on workers` well-being,“ said Dawn Castillo, an epidemiologist who leads work robot research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health at the CDC. The Center for Occupational Robotics Research even estimates that robot-related deaths „will likely increase over time,“ according to the site. This is because every year there are more robots in more places, but also because robots work in new environments — where they meet people who don`t know what to expect, and situations that their designers didn`t necessarily plan. 18. We waste a lot of money and time in the search and manufacture of robots. ………………….. Even before the COVID crisis added momentum, technological trends accelerated the development of robots capable of invading our lives. Mechanical parts have become lighter, cheaper and more stable. Electronics has put more computing power into smaller packages. Engineers are penetrating powerful data crunching tools into robotic bodies. Better digital communication allows them to keep certain „brain“ robots in a computer elsewhere – or connect a simple robot to hundreds of others, so that they share a collective intelligence, like a hive. One thing we imagine, the one that the rich have today, is a life of leisure.
So will our future be a future where we too will have a life of free time and where machines will sweat? We`re going to be able to devote our time to more important things than feeding and sheltering ourselves? „We`re not replacing caregivers,“ she said. „We`re filling a void. Adult children cannot be there with older parents. And people who care for other people in this country are underpaid and underrated. Until that changes, we have to use robots. The workstation in the near future „will be an ecosystem of humans and robots working together to maximize efficiency,“ said Ahti Heinla, co-founder of Internet calling platform Skype, now co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Starship Technologies, whose six-wheeled delivery robots drive through Milton Keynes and other cities in Europe and the United States. 5. Do you think robots can work longer than humans…………. tire. „I can`t go out, but why don`t I tell myself?“ Matarié told me. The robot is a white plastic head, torso and arms, sitting on a rolling metal support. But its sensors and software allow it to do some of what a human trainer would do — for example, by saying, „Fold your left forearm a little inward“ during training, or „Good job!“ I`m Peter. I`ve been dreaming about having a robot for a long time.
In the future, I will be able to build a villa on the Moon. I`m going to live with a teaching robot, a worker robot, a robot doctor and a home robot. I will be able to do difficult homework with the help of educational robots. A worker robot will help me build new homes. A medical robot could take care of me if I am sick. And a robot at home does my chores every day. It`ll be comfortable. I`m going to be able to research science and invent new things.
Some people say it`s a bad habit to rely on robots. But I think robots are very useful for human life.