New era robots are closely related to our lives
A major new European exhibition explores the ethical and political issues surrounding our growing use of robots.
Robots are all around us: in warehouses, factories, healthcare, stores, homes, and even in our pockets (hello, Siri). Overall, it is easy for us to accept their increasingly widespread impact on our work and personal lives. But as they become more realistic at home and at work, how should we treat them?
Robots are increasingly adopting some interesting discussions, which may be pure science fiction a few years ago. Discussions around robotics ethics, law, and taxes are already underway. And, as we continue to supplement it with mechanical components (pacers, artificial joints, prosthetics and organs), the characteristics of more and more people in machines, where do we draw lines between and machines?
The Vitra Design Museum, located in Rhin, Germany, is hosting an exhibition called "Hello, Robots" to see many of these issues. It contains examples of home and industrial robots currently in use, as well as movies and literature. You will find robots of all sizes in the exhibition, including a large model 3d printed a bridge, in the small but constantly changing M language (the world's ** really cooperative robots, designed as a colleague who can help you more Productivity because it works with you). Intelligent production of robots.