2020 is here in just a matter of hours and we’ll be diving deep into the CES 2020 fully taking placing in Las Vegas where top tech companies will be showcasing their top innovations and products that will shape the next decade.
Meanwhile, with the booth already being set-up for every tech companies to come and host showcase what they’ve got, the fact that Robots are outnumbering human efforts in terms of productivity is very glaring.
Although nothing much is known about the biggest tech event in history taking place right there in Nevada, but we’e surely going to expect tons of robotic showcase. Many companies never shy away from showing us what they’ve got and how advanced their robotic researches and AI has gone.
The reality is that this new decade will be about IoT and Home automation systems as well as AI systems getting more mainstream. Think about the innovation behind the Roomba Robot Vacuum cleaner which was part of the CES Innovation Award nominee, there was even a robot that accompanied the Japanese Astronauts into the space back in 2016.
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But even Roomba won’t be the only thing we’ll be seeing. There is Omron’s Ping-Pong playing Robot, Forpheus and Lora DiCarlo’s Sex Toy called Ose which is actually ready to go on sale after getting an Innovation Award this year 2019.
With the CES 2020 almost here in few days (January 7 to 11) we’ll definitely keep you updated about everything interesting about the event and also how this opening will affect the next decade of tech advancement. Meanwhile, let’s consider the following interesting innovations which had already started shaping our perspectives about the future of technology in our modern world.
Robo Pizza Maker
Picnic will bring it’s Pizza assembly robot to the Las Vegas Convention Center for the CES 2020 to tell us how it works and how it will enhance the production of Pizza making.
When we said “The future is Robots”, the Picnic’s Pizza-making robot is an early answer to that considering how fast this technology works. The Robot can produce about 300 12-Inches personalized Pizzas per hour which is super awesome.
In the future, the technology could well be adapted to make up other dishes, including buns, bowls, tortillas and plates. For now, though, pizza is the focus, and we’ll be sure to get our best taste-testers on the case of checking for even dispersal of cheese, tomato, salami and other fixings.
Considering the large number of human population nowadays, there is definitely the need for tech-assisted jobs which will enhance productivity altogether and improve how great the output of a given food company can be. Picnic might have just landed itself in some front row seat of “Wow” when they unveil what they’ve got to show the world.
There are now Robo-Pets
All Robots aren’t built the same because each has its purpose which it is tasked to fulfill but what could be more interesting is how well a Robotic Pet would fit into a home which use to rear dogs or cats.
But never regret your consideration just yet because the truth about Robotic pets remains that they’re specially built to be companions and they fit well also as toys in some cases if you think about it. Consider the Sony’s Aibo which is a Robo-Dog pet. We don’t know too much about this just yet but Aibo might already be having rivals which we’ll definitely get to meet during the CES 2020.
It was super interesting when we heard that there was a Shenzhen-Based Robo-Elephant (Robo-Phant) which is also listed as parts of the attendees of the Las Vegas Tech event. There was even the MarsCat which was crowdfunded on Kickstarter as well as TomBot which is a realistic Labrador companion robot that is made for senior citizens with Dementia.
Aside Robo-Pets and Robo-Parts of the human bodies, there might even be Robo companions like Sophia. Remember the Disney robot that acts exactly like the Avatar’s main character.
Even more Robots
Don’t be scared that the we are definitely entering into the Robo phase of our tech advancement but these guys when purposed well to the right causes, they will definitely be worthwhile. One thing for sure is that Robots aren’t just completely there just yet and that might take some real focus on the industry much morre enough.
Although people like Elon Musk might have called out Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg out on AI getting so powerful enough that they might oust humans who created them eventually, but I’m of the opinion that this is just the beginning whereby regulated robots can ensure a high quality live for everyone both old and those suffering with illnesses and disabilities.
Consider the Astrobee Robot which will accompany Astronauts in the International Space Station by roaming about the ISS to detect sounds that could indicate technical faults as presented by Bosch
Even though those Boston Dynamics robots might be really scary sometimes with their capabilities but Robots as war machines might not be entirely a good idea but the essence of these things is to make our lives much more easier but what’s more interesting is that we don’t have to wait for decades before we see this but just in matter of days.