“Yesterday I ‘scolded my robot’ and he couldn’t stop ‘crying’.”
“He is still mad at me..! 🙁 “
There is nothing wrong with the statement, grammatically it’s correct. But still seems that there is some problem with the statement.
I know what you are thinking right now, robot can’t stop crying..? What is this, we have seen humans cry even some animals but never seen any machine cry. But don’t think that it is impossible to design a robot which will sense emotions or which will respond to emotions.
In this article I will tell you about the future of the robotics and upcoming “Emotional intelligence technology” which will make it possible to design a robot which can have emotions and who can even cry when somebody scolds him…,
And this is what which will make above statement logically correct in future.
Idea of Emotional Intelligence Technology
Some robotics gurus believes that emotions are result of hormonal secretion in human body, which means emotions are caused by a perfect mixture of proper chemicals. If we are capable of programming the robots according to some chemical reactions that day will be the start of the new revolution in the robotics industry.
According to the founder of “Redd robotics” Surendranath Reddy.
While speaking at the seminar titled “Robots, Internet of things and the future” Reddy throw the glimpse of the future robots, The robots which we have seen on the Si-fi movies and can only think about them. According to him engineers and scientists of today can impart emotions and self consciousness to the Robots.
He said “It may even possible to create robots which are capable of emotions since emotions are caused by a mixture of chemical”.
Scopes of “Emotional Intelligence” in robotics
In future it is most expected that emotion sensing will rule the whole robotics industry. Today this technology is in its infant stage but the day is not far when you will carry a robot for shopping or some hotel and he will demand you some stuffs.
He will express his feelings through physical postures, gestures and moment of body. And will help you to take fine decisions when you be stressed and feel down.
Future robots will interact with humans and will establish a relation with them. Using a neural network brain, they can remember the interactions with different peoples. Also there will be the excellent understanding of what is good and what is bad both logically and morally.
In future robot will understand your natural behavior and will act as the true companions, they will be better accepted as they will became more common in our lives. Different peoples will have different robots companions according to their personality.
Few Prototype Robots
This article will seems more likely to be the work of fiction but it’s not like that scientists have developed some of the brilliant prototypes
Some major milestones in this field are…
- Roxxxy the Robot : It is designed with artificial intelligence and have the ability to carry on a conversation.
- Einstein Robot: Designed by Hanson Robotics of Dallas, Texas, recognizes a number of human facial expressions and can respond accordingly.
- Nao: It learn emotions in the same manner as young children, this is pretty much what human and chimpanzee babies learn about emotions.
Our Future with Emotional Intelligent Robots…
According to a British artificial intelligence researcher David Levy who nearly three years ago predicted that “robotics were about to begin making such dramatic advances that by the year 2050 humans will be marrying robots”
He said that “In future the robots would lose their industrial look and their jerky moments and would became the human like machine that people will consider them as friends, fall in love with them and even take them as spouses.”
Personally speaking, I believe that robots with emotions can one day become the true companions of peoples and will serve the humanity with much more Excellency. The chances of the disastrous future with robots as presented in some science fiction movies and books can only be secured if there is a possibility of gaining true relationships with robots.