Technology to perform repetitive task with quickness

Technology and
robotics are bringing a change in humanity and humans need to recognize that a
robotic revolution is happening right now.Just like it occurred with
the computer industry, where the availability of cheap hardware allowed
entrepreneurs to explore and develop new applications with a small amount of
money (Four Market Forces That Will Shape Robotics 2015).Even in the cell phone industry, the social networking
technology drastically changed the world by allowing them new and fast forms of

It is important to know why the use of digital technology
is important to any economy in the world and it might benefit the development of
that country. As the technology is getting smarter, economical and adaptable,
robotics is taking over the physical work which was done by humans. The robots
are still a human’s creation so they can perform certain types of work as the
way they are programmed, but with the invent of Artificial Intelligence these
robots have made a huge impact on day to day life.


With the robots coming in place of humans in certain
fields of work and completely replacing them because the work can happen much
more effectively, precisely and at a much faster rate, humans are as well
losing their jobs. It is
a race with the machines (What Robots and AI Learned in 2015 2015),
where they take over human’s jobs but at the same time, new jobs are created,
all relate about the machines and automatization.

For a very long time,robots have been these big heavy
machines with powerful motors and without any flexibility.They were mostly used
to perform repetitive task with quickness and accuracy in the fields of
automotive assembly,agriculture,mass production and manufacturing etc.However,these
industries are now investing in robotics hardware,software solutions and
digital technologies (Four Market Forces That Will Shape Robotics 2015),that  are allowing the robots to develop abilities to
do jobs requiring skills and aptitude and abilities which were once only
cinferred to humans.