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ROBOTS AND THE FUTURE

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Darío Sierra

on 19 September 2013

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Transcript of ROBOTS AND THE FUTURE

Robots and The Future
In the future soldiers will be able to use exoeskeletons to perform very riski misions
People tend to think of humanoids when their talking of robots, but there are much more types:
Some robots build robots
Others help to cure people
Nanobots can get into people and help them.
for example, these robots will be introduced into aperson with cancer. They will look for the cancerigenous cells and destroy them
EARLY ROBOTICS
Firstly robots were basicly a machine that was programmed to do something, like pick something move or just flash light. This was a incredible discovery, because thanks to the work of these scientist in the future other scientist will be able to program much more complicated things in robots memory.
ROBOTICS AT PRESENT
Robots at present are able to perform lots of the things humans can do, they can run speak and even get angry. This is AI (Artifcial Inteligence)
ROBOTS IN THE FUTURE
No one nows what will happen in the future, but robotics is going to change the modern warfare. Instead of sending soldiers to be killed you could send robots who are toughfer and dont feel anything.Also it will have a great impact in criminality. Police will be ableto use these atumated transports to chase criminals.
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