The Future of Robotics

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Most of us agree that life without robotics would be much more complicated because it makes life easier for us. It is no strange thing that, due to technological development and artificial intelligence, in particular, states and even unions are beginning to create regulations that limit and at the same time encourage the creation and development of technology.

Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming a part of our lives. From robots who meet clients in hospitals to employees who work for and for us every day. With the advent of programmable microcomputers (Arduino, Raspberry pi, microbit, etc.), sales of robots are increasing every year. While sales were up 17 percent by 2014, the number of robots ever sold after 2014 was nearly 30 percent. There is systematic growth seen, and it’s quite natural. At the same time, it is strange that the government is beginning to look at how robots are to be incorporated into our daily lives.

The question is how to prepare rules for controlling artificial intelligence. This is not just about economics, but also about safety rules. Probably everyone has seen movies as robots take over humans and start controlling them, so naturally one begins to think that some kind of robotic surveillance and control is necessary and necessary. Finally, who is responsible for the actions of robots that do not always meet human needs, and whether robots should have a higher status than just the simple stuff.

There is a need for a common state fund to finance accidents involving robot failures and possibly human damage. It is our responsibility. After all, we use robots designed to make our lives easier.