hardware can do these tasks instead of humans


12/31/2023 11:21

China plans to become the world leader in humanoid robots by 2027, providing them with functions spanning multiple fields. Experts believe that this technology will have a positive impact on areas such as elderly care, factory and construction work, education, medicine and agriculture.

Humanoid robots can look after the elderly and people with autism, providing them with support and assistance. They will replace people on manufacturing sites, increasing productivity and ensuring safety during hazardous tasks. In the field of education, robots can act as teaching assistants, and will also be able to take part in complex surgical operations where it is difficult for humans to achieve precision, reports the Daily Mail.

The development of this technology also offers promise for agriculture by increasing production, enabling precision farming and preventing food waste.

However, to fully realize these functions, robots still have to overcome technical barriers such as carrying small objects and conducting meaningful conversations. In addition, training will be required for specialists serving humanoids.

Author Oleg Loginov

Oleg Loginov – student at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru

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