AI robots have already been implemented in many businesses and areas around the world, all with different capacities, costs, and efficiencies. We want to introduce some of them today:
Nowadays everyone is expecting some kind of delivery, whether it be from shopping for clothes, entertainment, food or for professional usage. Starship Technologies has developed one way to receive the deliveries. It’s the AI robot doing this. Equipped with sensors and a mapping technology to find their way, they are already used in many stores and restaurants, making the deliveries as fast and cost-efficient as possible.
Many restaurants have also started relying on robots as staff, bringing food to tables or helping guests choose their menu, and answer their questions.
Another purpose of AI robots is as a security guard. Featuring video monitoring and surveillance they are the next level up from the usual security camera and provide much better guarding of an office and businesses.
Many of these examples do not look like humans or in any way humanoid. This is mainly because it is not necessary. A delivery robot is not supposed to look like a human and as long as the guests receive their deliveries and packages on time, they will likely not complain about the “look” of their robot.
But is this situation different when talking about sxrobots? Do sxrobots have to look humanoid? Do they have to look absolutely realistic? And is it even possible to make them look and feel realistic to the user?
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