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Running head: AUTONOMOUS ROBOTSThe development of autonomous robots will change our lives positivelyand negatively[Name of Student][Name of University]
2AUTONOMOUS ROBOTSIntroductionIn the recent years, the exponential growth and advancement oftechnological innovation and lead to the development of various automatedsoftware and sophisticated robots that allowed the machines entre towardsthe human cognition. Since the discovery of fire, human invention hasallowed and moved forward towards the improved productivity and efficiencyof work with the use of various innovation including electricity, internet,computer and various robotics machineries. Therefore, while rethinkingabout the future, wide range of innovation needs to be considered forreshaping the characteristic of living. In spite of having significantadvantages, the innovative technologies are associated with considerablenegative impact. Today’s computer has the capability of generating insightsand recognizing patters that are utilized in legal research, medical diagnosisand even fraud detection. Further, the application of robots has allowed inconducting various tasks and activities within seconds that would have beenimpossible with human performance. Stiegler (2017)showed that theactivities of the robots are continuous, not interrupted by nay lapses orbreaks. The tremendous revolution of technology has allowed in gainingvarious social benefits including greater productivity, creation of newservices and products etc. The significant growth of population has forcedtowards the development and creation of various technologicalimprovement.This paper deals with the analysis of various impacts of autonomousrobots in human daily life. The autonomous robot has the potential toimprove the standard and quality of living. However, the advantages anddisadvantages of the robot are evaluated for determining the significantimpact of the technology in human life. Therefore, this paper aims atevaluating how the advancement of technology like autonomous robotshapes the human life.
3AUTONOMOUS ROBOTSDevelopment of Autonomous RobotsRobot:Lewis and Canamero (2014) claimed that there exists no standard andappropriate definition for robots. The aim and prior idea of developinghumanlike machines for executing and mimicking the human action hasresulted in the development of robots. Various authors, scientists andindustrialists have defined robots based on various characteristics andfunctionalities. Further, the development of robots is based on severalcommon characteristics and features including intelligence, movement, andsensing and energy utilization. Zheng and Akhmad (2017) have illustratedrobots as a detailed system with integrated software, power supply,manipulators, control system, and sensors capable of performing any tasks.Further, Tussyadiah, Zach and Wang (2017) showed that the programming,building and designing a robot requires the combination of knowledge andskills of computing, mathematics, structural engineer, electrical engineering,mechanical engineering and physics. The functionalities and operations ofrobots in multiple fields provide conventional operation and work to humanlife.In today’s world robots are being widely used in various domains ofwork from education to medical science. With the significant growth ofrobots has raised the questions among various people arguing about theappropriateness and use of robots. Conde et al., (2016) claimed that thedevelopment of robots and advancement of technology is essential for thefuture advancement of human being. On the other hand, other half ofpopulation claims that the application of robots have negative impact andare dangerous to the human being and society. Although robots have help inimproving the production effectiveness while saving time, various aspect ofrobotics are still undiscovered by the human.Trends in Development:
4AUTONOMOUS ROBOTSThe advancement of autonomous robot results in the improvement ofcost, quality and speed of various services and goods in large numbers. Onthe other hand, this has also the negative impact on the traditional modeland retirement savings and healthcare department of society. The outcomeof autonomous robots had made the significant impact on the economy.Conde et al., (2016) showed that over the past few years, the applications ofautonomous robots in industries have significantly increased. Berlinger(2013) illustrated that the failing market price of robots has allowed inproviding cost competition with human workers and uninterrupted work.According to Berlinger (2013), a robot possesses the capability of executingcomputer algorithm for stock exchange within seconds in service sector.The increased widespread, capability and cheaper rate of robots hasstarted to replace the human workers in economy and working sector. Lewisand Canamero (2014) illustrated that from the Greater Recession, theincreased use and trends in automation has forced the businesses to workwith lesser number of workers. On a contrary, with the resumed growth ofeconomy, industries have continued automation for their operation ratherthan hiring additional employed. Zheng and Akhmad (2017) claimed that thistransition has lead to the continuous echoes resulted in massive valuation oftechnology companies with few workforces.Royakkers and van (2015) have provided example by showing during2014, the evaluation of Google showed 55,000 employees and $370 billionworth which was nearly one tenth workforce size of AT&T during 1960.Although Tussyadiah, Zach and Wang (2017) have disagreement upon theamount of robot usage in industries impacts the workforce. Tussyadiah, Zachand Wang (2017) showed that use of automation robots has createdsignificant opportunities of new job in the industrial sector.Robots are used in various restaurants for waiting and coking whileincreasing the work efficiency. In addition to that, the development of robot
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