The development of artificial intelligence has asserted the roles of robots in daily life, with many of them able to accomplish what human hands can do.
The European Parliament encourages the use of robotics as a growth engine but calls for rules on ethics, legal issues and employment.
Could artificial intelligence someday eliminate the need for our efforts or professional services? This article takes a closer look at the dilemma.
Artificial intelligence is the future of many industries but it does not come without challenges.
Robots basically represent a self-contained tribute to the wonders of technology.
Highly-advanced machines will soon render the function of lawyers, doctors, and other professionals ordinary. So will software applications.
So what will happen to the world once we've succeeded in creating an intelligence to rival or equal or own?
Will robots take over from humans in every aspect of life?