The latest generation of robots and advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have the potential to drive a dramatic new wave of change across a very wide range of workplaces. We are on the brink of truly significant change in how we work and what we do.
First robots took over the land. Then, thanks to the drone revolution, they went airborne. It stands to reason that the next environment where we’ll see a proliferation of autonomous machines will be the sea.
Companies in Asian nations are starting to bring manufacturing operations back into their largest sales markets.
In doing so, they are using robots and new automated technologies to create factories without human workers because it’s getting too expensive to pay these employees.
What if robots, apart from being able to move like humans, and talk like humans, could also feel like humans?