Essay Robots

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Contents INTRODUCTION 1 WHAT ARE ROBOTS ADVANTEGES AND DİSADVANTAGES? 1 ADVANTAGES 1 DİSADVANTAGES 3 THE FUTURE OF ROBOTS 3 WHAT CAN ROBOTS DO? 5 CONCLUSION 5 REFERENCES 6 ROBOTİCS INTRODUCTION Robots are the largest growing technological devices in the world. They perform many functions ranging from space exploration to entertainment. In the following essay the functions of robots, the various types of robots and the advantages and disadvantages of using robots will be discussed. The reasons for using robots are almost endless for example; robots are ideal for jobs that require repetitive, precise movements. Human workers get bored doing the same thing over and…show more content…
This battery powered robot gets energy from different water temperatures under water, so the engineers say that “We are tapping a virtually unlimited energy source for propulsion”. There is also a Dutch robot called the “TankPitstop” that fills the gas in people’s cars without any help. Samsung, an electronics company, is making a security robot that detects danger and shoots at them. Armies around the globe are thinking of using robots for scouting, fighting, or spying methods, so it is proven that the Robotic industry is growing faster and faster. Robotic surgeries – not like the surgical robots, but for limb replacements – is getting popular too, with people without some body parts buying the corresponding robot, connecting them to his/her body, and using them. These robots use signals from your brains to move, allowing the users to use the robotic limbs like real body parts. Although the robots seem to give benefits to the world by allowing for easy jobs, people also say negative elements about them. For example, the Da Vinci surgical robot, which allows doctors to conduct precise operations, might have malfunctions that could do fatal damage on the patients. The TankPitstop and the pro-environment underwater robot could make people lose jobs by getting rid of jobs such as gas station workers or underwater-exploring
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