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Transcript of Robots

USE OF ROBOTS IN SCIENCE
For some people, the idea of a robot operating on them can be a scary thought. However, these robots can often do a better job than any human can. Robots have enabled a new kind of surgery called laparoscopic surgery which is minimally invasive, minimizes chances of infection and allows for a faster recovery.

Robots can allow a surgeon to perform a complicated procedure from miles away, which could potentially save their patients life. Thus, those working in the medical field are certainly looking forward to further applications of robotics in the future.


How Do Robots Aid In Education?
Robotic teaching generates a great deal of interest in children of all ages, when compared to passive teaching aids. Robotic learning is more interactive and tends to have a bigger impact on young minds.

Special teacher robots are programmed to help in the learning of children with disabilities. Such robots are programmed using artificial intelligence and built in the form of toy teaching assistants so that children take an immediate liking to it and are eager to learn from it.


Artificial Intelligence
Fingertip sensor gives robot unprecedented dexterity!
The sensor is an adaptation of a technology called GelSight, which was developed by the lab of Edward Adelson, the John and Dorothy Wilson Professor of Vision Science at MIT. The new sensor is small enough to fit on a robot's gripper and its processing algorithm is faster, so it can give the robot feedback in real time.
Industrial robots are capable of remarkable precision when the objects they're manipulating are perfectly positioned in advance.
But for a robot taking its bearings as it goes, this type of fine-grained manipulation is unprecedented.
Robert Platt is an assistant professor of computer science at Northeastern and the research team's robotics expert. "People have been trying to do this for a long time," Platt says, "and they haven't succeeded because the sensors they're using aren't accurate enough and don't have enough information to localize the pose of the object that they're holding."

Military Uses Of Robots
With the development of technology, scientists and researcher has now come up with the invention of robots.
Daksh:This robot's primary role is to recover bombs, and to destroy them before they can be of harm to anyone.
Goalkeeper:This ia an automatic weaponry system for short range defence for ships against maneuverable missiles, aircraft and fast maneuvering surface vessels.
Robots
The Future is Now...
Good morning humans of CJM!


On behalf of Drishna, Sabrina, Abraish & Elianne,
I present to you...
The World of Robots.

Welcome to the future ...
When Did Robots Start To Get Big?
People have held a certain fascination for robots for thousands of years. Today, robots are used in industrial, medical and military settings. Jobs that are considered too dangerous for people are taken over by robots which don't tire, don't get burned and don't get bored or careless.

One of the most popular fields in robotics is that of nano robots. This field is focused upon the creation of microscopic robots which could perform tasks on the very smallest of scales; micro surgery, cleaning of circuits, even maintenance of weaponry.


NASA tests robots for exploration in areas called analogs. Analogs are places where the environment is similar to locations like Mars or the moon, where a robot may be used. One NASA analog is in the Arizona desert. NASA robotics experts conduct field tests in the desert to assess new ideas for rovers, spacewalks and ground support. Some of these tests are conducted by a team called Desert RATS, which stands for Desert Research And Technology Studies.

NASA tests robots for exploration in areas called analogs. Analogs are places where the environment is similar to locations like Mars or the moon, where a robot may be used. One NASA analog is in the Arizona desert. NASA robotics experts conduct field tests in the desert to assess new ideas for rovers, spacewalks and ground support. Some of these tests are conducted by a team called Desert RATS, which stands for Desert Research And Technology Studies.

NASA tests robots for exploration in areas called analogs. Analogs are places where the environment is similar to locations like Mars or the moon, where a robot may be used. One NASA analog is in the Arizona desert. NASA robotics experts conduct field tests in the desert to assess new ideas for rovers, spacewalks and ground support. Some of these tests are conducted by a team called Desert RATS, which stands for Desert Research And Technology Studies.

THANKS FOR WATCHING!!

Robots used for Companionship
The idea of some kind of artificial companionship has already become the new normal," Turkle said. "Kids play with robotic pets, become allies with computer game agents. But I think that this new normal comes with a price. For the idea of artificial companionship to become our new normal, we have to change ourselves, and in the process we are remaking human values and human connection."


Robots used for Entertainment purposes
SDR-4X II
one need never feel lonely again - this baby can sing,
dance and, with 60,000 words stored in his memory,
should always be able to offer you some witty after-dinner
repartee. the human shaped robot, is no gimmick...
inside its 23 inch frame are some very advanced electronics,
enabling the robot to recognise faces, voices and names.

Robots used for Space Exploration


NASA tests robots for exploration in areas called analogs. Analogs are places where the environment is similar to locations like Mars or the moon, where a robot may be used. One NASA analog is in the Arizona desert. NASA robotics experts conduct field tests in the desert to assess new ideas for rovers, spacewalks and ground support. Some of these tests are conducted by a team called Desert RATS, which stands for Desert Research And Technology Studies.

For some people, the idea of a robot operating on them can be a scary thought. However, these robots can often do a better job than any human can. Robots have enabled a new kind of surgery called laparoscopic surgery which is minimally invasive, minimizes chances of infection and allows for a faster recovery.Robots can allow a surgeon to perform a complicated procedure from miles away, which could potentially save their patients life. Thus, those working in the medical field are certainly looking forward to further applications of robotics in the future.

ROBOTS: A GIFT FOR INDUSTRIES!

ROBOTS:SUCCESS ACHIEVED IN MEDICINE!

ROBOTIC MEDICAL TREATMENT

Medical robots are robots that allow surgeons greater access to areas under operation using more precise and less invasive methods. They are in most telemanipulators, which use the surgeon's actions on one side to control the "effector" on the other side.
An industrial robot is defined  as an automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multipurpose manipulator programmable in three or more axes. The field of robotics may be more practically defined as the study, design and use of robot systems for manufacturing (a top-level definition relying on the prior definition of robot).
Typical applications of robots include welding, painting, assembly, pick and place (such as packaging, palletizing and SMT ), product inspection, and testing. They are all accomplished with high endurance, speed, and precision.


INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS

THE FUTURE OF ROBOTS, SEEMS TO LOOK QUITE HEALTHY, DUE TO A NUMBER OF REASONS!
ONE DOMINANT REASON IS, THAT “ROBOTICS” IS TAUGHT AS A SUBJECT, EVEN IN THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY.
THIS SUBJECT HAS GRASPED THE ATTENTION OF MANY AND IS REFERRED TO, AS A VERY CHALLENGING AND INTERESTING ONE!


FUTURE OF ROBOTS!
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