Have you looked any messenger popping up whenever you login to some marketing websites? Have you seen robotic hands fixing a brand new car? And wondered who chats with you or who is inside the steel packed costumes working there? I tell you, these are all bots!
Robotics is getting integrated everywhere today. This drafted combination of Science, Engineering and Technology continue to grow past the sky. Robots contain at least some level of computer programming. Without a set of code telling it what to do, a robot would just be another piece of simple machinery. Inserting a program into a robot gives it the ability to know when and how to carry out a task. Robots need electrical components that control and power the machinery. Essentially, an electric current (a battery, for example) is needed to power a large majority of robots. But chatbots are just the simpler ones that gets a fit cover in our computers or mobile phones. And how can I drive a bot is something really interesting. Just like we pamper a kid and teach things, we program the commands to the bot. We call this as Machine Learning, which falls under Artificial Intelligence. AI is everywhere today and the lifestyle tomorrow becomes automated where there are humanoids are getting their bodies by the popular car industry - Tesla, Elon Musk, the CEO declared on behalf of the Artificial Intelligence day.
Robots are getting more personalized, interactive, and engaging than ever. With the growth of this industry, virtual reality will enter our homes in the near future. We'll be able to interact with our home entertainment systems through conversations, and they will respond to our attempts to communicate. Most robots today are used to do repetitive actions or jobs considered too dangerous for humans. A robot is ideal for going into a building that has a possible bomb. Robots are also used in factories to build things like cars, candy bars, and electronics.
Creativity and imagination are not programmable skills, which gives humans a distinct advantage over technology. Although robots can perform basic human interactions, no matter how highly developed they are, robots cannot replicate a human's natural ability to connect with and understand other human beings.