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5G Technology to Give Robots the Human Touch

What do movies like Transformers, I, Robot, Wall-E, Terminator have in common? All of these are science fiction movies and are based on robots who act independently. However, are these storylines really implausible? It has been a far-fetched reality until now, but with 5G technology making its foray, the field of robotics will evolve. The next-generation mobile internet connectivity is 5G technology and it is many times faster than its

Robots to Hum Drones Away

We have often heard that robots are replacing humans. But, for a change we will have robots replace hummingbirds. Researchers at Purdue University have developed a robot that mimics a hummingbird. They achieved this using machine learning and algorithm. With the help of Artificial Intelligence, the robot learns to use new tricks with flexible flapping wings. This helps them to move around areas and apply escape tactics. Features of Hummingbird Robots

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Robots are getting even more close to humans. For decades, science fiction has visualized robots to be self-aware that may soon be reality. Human capabilities to imagine themselves in diverse situations is unique. Their imagination allows them to imagine future situations such as taking a stroll on the beach on a sunny day. They can recall past experiences and reflect upon to learn for the future. Humans and animals, however,

Amazon Go, Changing Perspective of Future Shopping

The future of shopping has already arrived at our doorstep with the advent of New Year’s Eve. Amazon, the multinational technological company is soon to introduce the mall that has it all. Starting from holograms to greet us at the entrance, there are robots roaming about in aisles for helping customers. Besides, this Amazon shop has a separate window for tapping to buy things while the shop remains close. Robots

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Effective communication plays a pivotal role in carrying out any task by humans or robot. However, things are lot different when it comes to humans completing a task. This is because we have intuition and experience. It enables us to coordinate better. We can use it to handle unforeseen situations. Not so with robots. This is because they cannot think beyond programming to adapt themselves to the immediate environment. Operating