#1. Robots: How do they look in our daily lives?
#2. Here is a claw machine holding many different types of robots.
Let’s take a random pick!
#3. This robot is shaped like a human arm.
#4. At industrial sites, it can assemble, move, and even package products.
#5. Not only that, but in the service sector, these robots have many skills to offer, such as brewing coffee or frying chicken.
#6. This robot is out on a mission.
It’s based on the planet Mars, some 225 million kilometers from Earth.
#7. Its task is to find traces of ancient lifeforms.
#8. Even when it faces unpredictable terrain and extreme cold, it can use its six wheels to continue exploring safely.
Extending a special drill from its long arm, the robot collects samples of rocks and soil on the red planet.
#9. This four-legged robot can go places that humans can’t reach.
#10. It takes pictures of blind spots in construction sites to help guarantee safety.
#11. It also becomes a member of a firefighting team that rushes to the scene of a blazing fire.
#12. This robot has been dubbed the “Ironman suit,”
because it enhances people’s physical capabilities.
#13. It aids the rehabilitation of elderly or disabled people who struggle with daily activities due to decreased muscle function.
#14. When lifting heavy parts in factories, the robot can enhance muscle strength, helping prevent injuries.
#15. Chock-full of charm, this robot resembles an animal.
#16. A social robot that connects emotionally with humans,
#17. it brings people joy even with its limited interaction―wagging its tail or laughing when it’s tickled.
#18. The robots around us come in various shapes and sizes, with diverse functions.
#19. Meaning “arduous work,” “forced labor,” and “slavery,” the Czech word robota is the root word of “robot.”
#20. Although robots carry out jobs that humans find taxing or tedious,
#21. at times they collaborative with humans,
or jump into danger on behalf of humans,
or enhance human abilities,
or become our friends.
#22. As their shapes and forms optimize their roles, robots are currently living alongside human beings.
#23. Robots are already a major part of our daily lives.
But what will they do with humans in the future?