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Learn about the benefits of robotics and AI
The way we see robots in popular culture has changed. We now see them as a part of our daily lives. Robots can perform a variety of tasks that make our lives easier.
Artificial intelligence (AI), which is a technology that allows machines and robots to learn and act like humans, allows them to solve problems and make decisions. What does this all mean for society?
Learn AI and robotics to learn how this technology will impact human life. FutureLearn courses will teach you robotics from scratch and help you to master robotic design.
Also, you can explore the potential applications of robotics and artificial intelligence to global problems such as sustainable food production and aging populations. Learn about the ethical and safety implications of robot use and how to solve the problems of tomorrow.
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What’s autonomous robotics?
When you think about autonomous robots, you may think of Roomba and cleaning robots like Rosie in cartoons. But these robots are much more than vacuum cleaners. Robotics with state-of-the art capabilities could have a wide range of applications across different industries.
Businesses and manufacturers around the world dream about autonomous robots. Companies that can use artificial intelligence to do more complicated tasks will help to reduce the human need to perform mundane and potentially dangerous tasks.
Robotics still requires human intervention, but companies desire less human involvement. With advances in machine learning, autonomous systems may be possible. These robotic systems, which include Ultrasound sensors, computer vision and decision making, could become the next big thing in supply chain.