How Robots Can Solve The Problem Of Aging Population

2349 WordsNov 16, 201410 Pages
The technology in modern days have changed the way that we used to work, rest and play; and it will continue to change in a faster speed. We are already used to have robots surrounding in our life, they are in movies, factories and as household objects. The development of autonomous robots have benefit our live in many different ways. However, there are downsides of having robots replaced the tasks that were done by human and it comes along with some ethical issues. This paper will firstly discuss about how robots can solve the problem of aging population, the benefits and reasons why robots will not yet replace human as nursing worker or companion. Secondly, discussions about the possible future of robots replace human in workplace and the opportunity for human to develop new jobs in the robotic future. Finally discuss the ethical issues that autonomous robots might create. In 500 years time, our technologies have grown rapidly and brought us to the place that we could never image before. The development of autonomous robots has improved our lives in many different ways. Bekey (2005) has analyzed all the possible aspects that robots will change our lives in the future. It will be no surprise that nearly every household will have a robot. Jibo, a robot friend and a personal assistant is launching in early 2016 and it is available for pre-order now (Clark 2014). Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed his intention to hold an Olympics in 2020 for all the robots in

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