Author | Jaime RamosThe integration of artificial intelligence and robotics are one of the greatest achievements of human beings this century. This form of superior intelligence designed by Man, capable of learning and taking on any task, more than exceed the skills of its actual creators. However, it is still in the very early stages, therefore it is difficult to reliably assess the potential benefits.The development of robotics attracts both catastrophic visions and hopes for a better world. According to the study The Good Robot, conducted in the United Kingdom, 60% of British people believe there will be a robot in every home within the next 50 years.The research project transmits optimism in terms of the role of robots. Accordingly, 27% of the survey respondents believe that robots will save us time, 38% believe they will help us in our social relationships and interests, while 13% believe they will help us combat loneliness.
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