AI Robotics is one of the branches of artificial intelligence. It creates a device that can manipulate and interact with the environment.
Scientists hypothesise on how and why people learn and think, and they experiment with people's ideas using robots. It also makes it easier for people to interact with robots, which potentially makes it easier for the robot to learn.
The Hanson Robotics team has been committed to the research and development of human-like robots. The most famous of their research is the human-like robot Sophia. She is the world’s first robot citizen and the first robot Innovation Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme.
Sophia’s AI combines cutting-edge work in symbolic AI, neural networks, expert systems, machine perception, conversational natural language processing, adaptive motor control and cognitive architecture among others.
The team also focuses on creating robots that can communicate with people emotionally to realise the future technology of people's dreams. Therefore, Sophia can understand and learn human emotion changes through facial expression recognition, so as to better communicate with people.
In addition to human-like robots, robot programs actually account for a large proportion of social life.
Bots are programming that emulates human behaviour. This can take numerous structures, like chatbots that encourage client support or go about as individual collaborators. A political bot may be customised to leave steady comments on a legislator's Facebook page, journalists with a surge of irate tweets, or connect with a post to misleadingly blow up its prevalence. A few bots are utilised to join together and upgrade the believability of real users who intentionally or even accidentally distribute content that supports the task's objective.
The best systems of bots controlling open dialogue via web-based networking media work a combination of computerised and cyborg accounts. Fake news and complex disinformation campaigns are particularly complex in vote-based frameworks, and there is developing debate on the most proficient method to address these issues without undermining the advantages of advanced media.
Thus, the existence of robots is no longer a fantasy, and this technology may become as common as smartphones in the near future. As human beings, how to define robots with human minds and how to live with them in society are issues that we need to consider in the future.