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The below story is my real experience with my friends recently about much discuss topic AI-Robots. The evolution and future of robotics and artificial intelligence is interesting to say the least. Some people fear it, while others embrace it. Some think robots could have a bigger negative impact than global warming.

First, humans started to cultivate robots in the 1940s. Most notably, in Bristol, England, in 1954 George Devol invented the first digitally operated and programmable robot called Unimate. Since then, humans have been fascinated by robots and while we may not see robots on the streets, they are already in factories manufacturing our automobiles, planes, and other difficult laborious tasks. The journey of human beings since the 1950s to now in robotics has been interesting and the development has been gradually improving.

On my recent trip to Las Vegas, I met Aura, a cutting-edge humanoid robot that talks back, jokes, and even better, laughs at your jokes. While this was very amusing, people wonder what else Aura is capable of and where we are in the progression of AI. The progression of AI from rule-based systems to potentially self-aware, superintelligent entities reflects both the rapid advancement in technology and the diverse applications of AI in our daily lives.

On a lighter note, there was a bar where robots were serving drinks. This made me think, practical questions about the future of AI and robotics, such as their impact on human labor, environmental concerns, and even social interactions like serving drinks and the customary practices like “do we have to tip them?” The comparison to fictional representations like ‘The Jetsons’ offers a contrast between optimistic visions of the future and the more complex reality we’re navigating.

How will these AI-Robots turn out? How will humans invite this technology and use or be used. Are we prepared as a society for these advancements? Will AI and robotics will predominantly aid humanity, like calculators for mathematics, or present new challenges, remains an evolving narrative. The ethical and practical considerations of such technologies, especially as they become more integrated into our daily lives, are critical discussions for both technologists and the general public. Some think that super robots will take over and travel through space and figure out the blackhole. That said, everyone already knows many tech companies like Meta, Tesla, Amazon, Microsoft and even Disney are all jumping into this new technology. In my view, commercial robots will be like Alexa and help human advancement into the future and faster

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