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What will home robots do in the future

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  • In the future, there are home robots, teaching robots, worker robots, doctor robots and space robots. I think home robots will be able to guard our house. They will be able to recognize our faces and if they find someone strange, they will sound an alarm. I think teaching robots will be able to help students study many subjects like Maths, Literature, English and Geography. In my opinion, worker robots will be able to build our buildings, skyscrapers and bridges. People won't have to do dangerous jobs. Doctor robots will be able to examine sick people and give them prescriptions. Space robots will be able to make surveys or inspect on other planets in order to know how they are. I think there will be entertainment robots. They will be able to play music, sing and dance. All of them will contribute to improving the good life for the people.

      bởi Nguyễn Tuyến 11/09/2018
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  •  Home robots, also known as domestic robots, are a type of service robot that is used primarily for household chores. Most domestic robots are connected to Wi-Fi home networks are perform autonomous functions. The most common of these is the robot vacuum. You have probably heard of iRobot’s Roomba that will go in automated mode and clean your floors. Or Dyson’s Eye Robot Vacuum. There are also an emerging set of robot mops that will actually scrub our floor for you. And yes there is even a robot that helps you keep your litter box clean – the Litter Bot – it sifts through kitty litter and removes the “clumps” automatically.

      bởi Love Linkin'Park 03/07/2019
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  • In the future, there are home robots, teaching robots, worker robots, doctor robots and space robots. I think home robots will be able to guard our house. They will be able to recognize our faces and if they find someone strange, they will sound an alarm. I think teaching robots will be able to help students study many subjects like Maths, Literature, English and Geography. In my opinion, worker robots will be able to build our buildings, skyscrapers and bridges. People won't have to do dangerous jobs. Doctor robots will be able to examine sick people and give them prescriptions. Space robots will be able to make surveys or inspect on other planets in order to know how they are. I think there will be entertainment robots. They will be able to play music, sing and dance. All of them will contribute to improving the good life for the people.

      bởi Hacker 247 04/07/2019
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  • 1. Eliminate First World Problems with FoldiMate

    Not many people I know enjoy doing laundry (or at least the folding part). Luckily for us, someone invented a robot to fold clothes. This originally debuted in 2017, but a new model appeared recently.

     

    Latest Concept of Foldimate | Foldimate.com

    The FoldiMate boasts the ability to fold a whole laundry load in just four minutes. However, you still have to clip on each individual item and the machine can’t sort clothes on its own. Still, this is a nifty device that could help many people.

    It makes the everyday chore of laundry folding more accessible–but at a cost.

    The company’s site claims the first model will cost $980 and the first shipment is targeted for late 2019.

    FoldiMate also has some competition in the form Laundroid.

    You can early pre-order (for 10% off). Last year’s model was ambitious enough to try and add a de-wrinkling and perfuming feature, but those have since been removed from the prototype.

    As for vulnerability to malware, there isn’t much reporting on that so far. Perhaps once robots like this have officially launched, we will be able to read about benign hacked laundry robot antics.

    Read More: Six Ways Technology is Closing the Ableism gap

    2. Surgeon’s Assistant Robot from Auris Health

    The Monarch Platform Robot assists surgeons with specific surgeries. Auris Health, a Frederic Moll company similar to Intuitive Surgical, devised it to help with biopsies. It received FDA approval for use in human lungs as operated by a doctor in March of 2018.

     

    Auris Health via Techcrunch

    While some would raise the concern that this robot could replace surgeons, that outcome seems unlikely. After all, a surgeon still has to operate the robot for it to work. You can also read more on that subject below.

    As for when it will become fully implemented, that is still up in the air. 

    Read More: Why This Auris Health Robot Won’t Replace Human Surgeons

    3. The Honda Robot Quartet: Cute and Functional

    Honda, a company known for cars, debuted a series of robot concepts back in 2018. The main goal of these robots is not to disrupt any specific industry, but instead to augment everyday life.

     

    Honda Robots | Honda via Engadget

    We’ll cover these household robots starting from left to right in the image above.

    The 3E-A18 has a digital face that can cry, smile, and snooze. Apparently, it’s also huggable. Honda intends for these robots to act as guides or assistants to disabled or ailing humans.

    Serving a more functional purpose over interactive, the 3E-B18 model is a chair. Specifically, it serves as a mobility chair and works for outdoor or indoor use.

    The 3E-C18 model might act as a “retail stall” for items or concessions.

    The 3E-D18 model actually has off-road capabilities and a power bank. Honda intends for this model to help emergency and/or constructions crews.

    As these are just concepts, it is difficult to say how they will change in development. But if Honda does not take proper malware precautions, added convenience could quickly turn into a troublesome proposition. For example, if your mobility assistant goes on the fritz, how do you get to help?

    4. Aeolus: Smart Household Robots for Everyday Life

    Smart House | Disney via gurl.com

    Even though the Disney movie Smart Home kind of turned me off of AI run houses, a robot butler still sounds pretty cool.

    Enter Aeolus: a robot that can clean your house, act as an alarm for posture changes in case of a fall, and more. It features built-in cameras, Alexa and Google Home integration, and a 2.5 KG payload.

    However, some have suggested Aeolus will be more expensivewhen it becomes available to consumers.

    Aeolus also uses AI to power the robots and predict human behaviors. This could make it susceptible to malware attack.

     

    Aeolus | Aeolus Robotics via The Verge

    Home-butler-type robots might pose the biggest threat in terms of data breaches. If the bot is tasked with replenishing household resources via Amazon or reading off emails from Google, a hacker could potentially hack the robot and steal the associated credentials.

    Given that Aeolus is still a concept, we won’t know what malware precautions the manufacturers have taken until more information is released.

    5. LG Cloi: A Future Concept with a Poor CES Demo

    The LG Cloi robot seems to offer functions similar to Aeolus and the Honda 3E-A18.

    LG intends the robot to be a smart home essential addition, helping with climate control, cleaning, and so on. LG also developed the AI software ThinQ.

    Of course, as true household robots should be, Cloi isn’t perfect. Despite the embarrassing Cloi CES showing, LG debuted three other robots: the shopping cart, the porter, and the serving robot.

      bởi Đinh Trí Dũng 03/08/2019
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