The Three Biggest Trends in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Applied Tech Review | Tuesday, August 23, 2022

A robot's capability to learn directly corresponds to the extent to which it can perform its overall functions.

FREMONT, CA: Artificial intelligence (AI) and industrial robotics are two emerging technologies that have the potential to have a profound effect on society. Artificial intelligence (AI) and industrial robotics can create a powerful force in the future. Artificial intelligence makes it easier to make machines smarter, learn faster, and use the cloud to reduce the load on physical servers by making them study more efficiently. The concept of artificial intelligence has opened up a world of new possibilities for robots that were previously unresponsive to the world around them and rigid.

There is a high potential for disruption in the industrial sector. It should be noted that industrial processes are already highly automated. However, there are still plenty of ways in which the implementation of artificial intelligence can be used to improve industrial robots and make them more efficient. It is essential to be aware that there are three main types of robotic learning: supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning.

Training of robots

Artificial intelligence (AI) makes robots easier to train, making them a more viable investment for smaller companies. It helps reduce the cost of installation, training, and continuous programming, making them a more feasible investment for smaller companies. The training of robots is as simple as guiding the arms a few times; the robots will learn the correct motion through demonstrations and be able to program the correct movement on their own. It is important to remember that the easier it is for a robot to learn new things, the more it will be able to do.

Leveraging 3D vision technology 

 A robot must use 3-D machine vision technology to feed data into AI technology for even the simplest tasks it performs. For instance, without machine vision capable of reconstructing a 3-D image of the object and artificial intelligence capable of transferring this visual information into action, the robot can carry it out successfully. The industrial robot would not be able to grasp a single object without pre-determined locations and movements.

Cloud robotics 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) requires more data than is likely available on most local systems. Consequently, cloud robotics has become essential to the advancement of artificial intelligence and robotics technologies. A cloud-based robotics system allows all robots in a connected environment to share intelligence. Robotic deep learning utilizing image classification and speech recognition based on massive datasets that often contain millions of examples are one of cloud robotics's most common uses.

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