, automation, smart living, and the like, the range of roles that robots can play in the workplace has broadened beyond mere novelty applications.Just as previous innovations throughout history — such as the wheel, engine, computer, and smartphone — have made society more productive, robotics will open the door to a new era of improving living and working standards.
Rather than replacing human jobs, robots have the ability to enhance our productivity, helping people to complete necessary tasks and augmenting the output in myriad industries that are facing labor shortages and other challenges due to the rapidly changing economy.Robot co-workers have already begun operating in a variety of industries such as hospitality, health care, and warehouse logistics, among many others, to perform both simple and complex tasks that have enhanced our society and have improved countless lives.
and robotic design, robots were largely kept behind the scenes, operating in sectioned-off areas to avoid encounters with humans.
Now, a growing amount of friendly, unintimidating robots are greeting and assisting guests in hotels, restaurants, and storefronts to free up human staff members for customized guest services.
Add that to the fact that hospitality businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to attract and retain staff with the right interpersonal and technical skills due to better paying positions elsewhere in the economy, and it s even more important to assist employees who have those crucial skills.
Doctors have already been working in tandem with advanced surgical robots to achieve new levels of precision during operations.