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Robots And Humans: Battle For The Future

Robots and Humans: Battle For The Future
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Humans can eat, grow, respire, and do what they want to according to the mood. Humans have emotions, they have the heart to feel, they have a brain to think and to invent different things. As we all know, the maker or the inventor is much superior to the thing he invented. So, Humans are more superior to robots. They invented robots to help out themself.

Whereas, A robot is a machine. It is often, or almost always automatic, which means that it is able to perform activities on its own without the aid of external variables, like humans. It moves in the way that it was originally programmed, or designed to act.

A human is a God’s Creation and A Robot is man’s creation.

Will Robots Destroy Mankind?

Every day we hear that machines will soon destroy the existence of humans. According to Stephen Hawking, a well-known cosmologist, He quoted:

 “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race,”

and Elon Musk, a renowned inventor and investor, insists, quoted that:

“I think human extinction will probably occur, and technology will likely play a part in this.”

Many questions come into our minds, that will the Robots destroy humanity?
However, it is more practical to focus on questions and answers that demonstrate the effects of robots on our current lives.

Robots have defeated Humans in the race of full load working:


We all know that humans have to work day and night to fulfill their needs and yet they don’t get paid well. In fact, the workload kills humans, we have examples of millions of farmers in front of us.

The value of human labor is decreasing because the cost of automatic machines is also decreasing. This not only affects those who have lost their jobs to machines. It also applies to those who are still working and getting paid less than their grandparents did in the 1950s and 1960s.

The idea of robots taking over humanity is not new. Evolution provided a spectacular opportunity for biological creatures, but this took an extraordinarily long time, several billion years, and several extinctions.

So will robots take our jobs?

This subject has inspired many writers, scientists, and filmmakers as well, and not accidentally.

you can notice a tendency, especially among the jobs which do not require excessive education and strong analytical skills. Just think about purchasing tickets from machines or self-checkouts at supermarkets. You’ve got no reason to worry though. An article from Forbes sums up beautifully the biggest paradox that comes to mind in connection with automation and AI.

It is a generally accepted view that a software can do a human job more efficiently and with a smaller chance of errors than an actual human being. If you want to apply this theory to all aspects of life, then that means that robots are actually better at educating people and raising children, too. And the paradox is right there: if humans do have to compete with such smart machines, then there are also machines among these which educate and train humans to be better and to take advantage of their qualities (and these people will continue to build robots and make them even better so that the robots can further educate them, and so on).

Robots and Humans: Battle For The Future

Advantages of having robots in the future:

  • Robots can go to those places where humans cannot reach.
  • Humans can harm themselves but robots cannot.
  • They can collect more information about a subject than humans.
  • They can work professionally without any error.
  • Robots can work 24 hours without having food and water.
  • Robots don’t get bored with their work.
  • Robotic pets are becoming more and more common these days, they can help the patients with depression and they keep them active.
  • Robots’ hands do not shake and they don’t get offended as humans do.
  • They can help in medical surgeries as well because they don’t provide harm to anything and do the work more accurately with full focus.
Robots and Humans: Battle For The Future

Disadvantages of having robots in future:

  • Robots need extra care and maintenance to keep them running.
  • They need a heavy power supply to charge themselves.
  • It costs a lot of money to make or buy robots, the software and the equipment that you need to use with the robot cost a lot of money.
  • The programs need to be updated from time to time, machines need to be efficient enough for the proper functioning of robots.
  • In case of breakdown, the cost of repair may be very high, the procedures to restore lost code or data may be time-consuming & costly.
  • Robots need to have a larger space to store a large amount of data and information.
  • Robots don’t have brains, they work on the command or programming. In case of any wrong command, it will become a cause of destruction.

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