4 Funds To Boom As Deep Learning Paves The Way For Robotics

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are frequently used to improve robots and make them more capable in industrial use. Industrial robotics systems are now being consolidated with computer vision, AI and sensors, permitting these machines to work at max. Deep learning is a function of AI that mimics the workings of a human brain while it is processing data. This includes detecting objects, recognizing speech, translating languages and making decisions.

Deep learning AI helps machines learn without human supervision, drawing information from data that is both unstructured and unlabeled. After consistent study for over 30 years in the field of machine learning, researchers have inferred that deep learning can be cultivated through computational capacity. Machine learning requires engineers and scientists to choose how AI learns, in turn, it helps AI robots gain two significant processes, i.e. planning and learning.

In the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021, Samsung Electronics introduced its latest innovation in sectors ranging from AI and Internet of Things (IoT) to robots. Samsung’s AI-powered vacuum cleaner, the JetBot 90 AI+, has been equipped with Intel's Movidius AI solution and the product utilizes LiDAR and 3D sensors to avoid objects, which in turn help it in cleaning hard-to-reach areas. This is one among several other robotics products, where companies are introducing AI to robots for seamless solutions.

Advancements in hardware production mixed with AI and machine learning have ultimately brought us at the cusp of creating a new generation of advanced robots that can think and act like humans. It not only replicates and automates a wide number of human tasks but also does those tasks efficiently, with greater accuracy and at a lower cost. While progress in AI and machine learning is taking place rapidly, it is still difficult for robots to reliably grasp different objects. Hence, this field is constantly evolving, opening opportunities for not only startups but also tech giants globally.

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