A new video from AIST, Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, shows a prototype robot designed to work on construction sites in situations where there is a shortage of human workers. While large factory assembly lines are rapidly becoming more and more robotic, human workers remain often necessary for many chores. The Italian Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology has made a humanoid robot called the Walk-Man. As soon as the robot is trained in a series of basic tasks, secondhand will be able to apply what it has learnt to solve problems; it will learn from experience and will take.
There are many humanoid robots like personal help, where the able to aid the sick and elderly, and dirty or dangerous jobs. Boston Dynamics recently revealed a video showing its bipedal humanoid Atlas robot. Atlas can use all four limbs to navigate through rough terrains and access hazardous areas which a human being could not. Some humanoid robots also have heads designed to replicate human face very similar to the ones in i-Robot. The In-Situ fabricator is an autonomous construction robot capable of laying bricks into pre-programmed structures. The military has stagnated and the construction industry has been slow to adopt technologies that are already well established in other fields. By developing humanoid robots that are programmed to respond to certain stimuli or to emulate certain human movements, it may be possible soon to do medical procedures using robotic agents. Where there is a shortage of human motion, humanoid robots can use tools and use in a human being can, so long as they have the proper software.
The robot combines artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced sensors to understand and help humans. Also, the robot will be able to replace human speech and respond to voice commands. The first robot developed by Pal Robotics, it was also used as a walking, manipulation, speech and vision development platform. many japanese companies are working on developing robots that can be used for jobs that are traditionally given to people.
Humanoid robots have routine jobs (in industries) are anticipated to be around for generations to come as they become more advanced in motion and even more human-like in thinking. The human body has tendons which are used to connect between the bones and the muscles. All these efforts were done to somehow integrating robots into human-robot environments, compatible with human tools, and compatible with human operators so that a human without ability in robotics can give commands and confidently expect the response. But, the bad thing is that they can replace human jobs like library assistants, grocery checkout clerks and so on. I am now sitting in Starbucks and was thinking how full it would be if all the robots working-sorry humanoid robots are being employed and may find increasing use in many fields and industries today, such as manufacturing, but it is becoming increasingly sophisticated to act just like humans in terms of precise movements.
However, at the assembly site of these large structures such as building sites and assembling of aircraft ships, workers are carrying out dangerous heavy work, and it is desired to replace these tasks with robot technology. At Waseda University, the Wabot-2 is created, a musician humanoid robot able to communicate with a person, read a normal musical score with his eyes and play tunes of average difficulty on an electronic organ. JOHNNIE, an autonomous biped walking robot built at the Technical University of Munich. The robot’s control system allows movement in its arms, legs and torso while using balance to do tasks. He believes that, soon, robots will play an integral role in the care of the elderly, the education system, and the operation of information and communication systems. While, now, robotics is a strongly industrial-centric field, and many institutes and organizations have made great strides towards allowing robots to engage in smooth movement, like Boston Dynamics’ android “Atlas”, who is now capable of parkour.