Moving forward, we need to take our fast-moving tech ship responsibly while staying bold and brave in exploring the art of possible. In the private sector, businesses can expect AI tools that will be put into use proactively flagging issues or finding creative solutions invisible to the human eye; it’s an exciting time!
As labor costs rise around the world, companies are now turning to robots as a solution. With human resources scarce and expensive it makes sense for them to use what they have available in order to accomplish goals with efficiency while also freeing up some space on their budget where you could be using that money towards other tasks which would make your life easier!
Driverless cars may be a reality soon, but service robots will become even more popular in my opinion. You can find them at your local home improvement store and they have tablets attached to their stomachs which make scanning inventory easier for humans while also assisting customers with finding products on the shelves.
In this passage about driverless car technology “service robot” refers both towards autonomous vehicles that do not need human intervention or control (such as those used by Google’s self-driving car project), along with robotic vacuum cleaners made by iRobot Company LLC.