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Robotics: Shaping The Booming Future Of Tomorrow

With digitalization and advancements, the people avoid taking the ordinary and standard processes and effortlessly get things done with progressive technologies.

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The development and innovation of the technology has battled all the obstructions and have become an inevitable part of today’s and even for Gen-Z. The development of technology happened to comfort and simplify our lives while reducing or eliminating the geographical and communication fences and hitches. This technological benefit also saves time, efforts, resources, energy and money.

Adding to this, the unceasingly dynamic technology is descending towards removing the standardised and laborious job that involved high manpower jobs like those of banks and post office. With digitalization and advancements, the people avoid taking the ordinary and standard processes and effortlessly get things done with progressive technologies.

This accessibility is now experiencing its evolution as a dependency on technological benefits. This reliance is resulting in dipping the position and value of human resources. There are innumerable instances which clearly reflect the human contingency on Technology.

The mechanized roles that earlier needed manpower are now being switched by the self-service kiosks and fresher mechanisms. The arrival of the Internet of Things, Cloud Communication, Wearable Technology, Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence has really expanded the platform of businesses in India along with effective and efficient results. One of the most tremendous and successful technological influx of today’s generation is that of the Robotics.

What is Robotics?

Robotics is programmable machines that are competent in carrying out multifaceted and intricate roles and responsibilities, like that of a human. Robots are usually directed by an external control device and can even be controlled with a mechanism implanted within them.

The novel types of machinery or the automation shall help in taming work competences and superior provision of facilities to the customers while increasing the importance of work. They shall embark on most of the IT sector of the country and most of the jobs that are overlapping in nature. These jobs which are more prone to human errors and mistakes are at the edge and mechanically susceptible.


Practically, the robotics shall exclude the glitches related with manpower like employee turnover, health issues, imprecision and indecisions. Along with this, it shall also be able to achieve tasks with a lot of tractability, competence and will do manifold things at a time.

The robotics are highly productive and even contribute in generating greater profits and revenue for the company with higher accuracy and quality with a continuous flow of work.

This technological advancement also results in the reduction of company costs. However, the investment is can be really high but it is eventually going to be a benefit in the long run. The results are worth of high investment costs.

The technology like processors and tabloids do not have the control or the aptitude to think, reason and respond whereas, the robotics have the skill to critic and judge. The outclass technological upgradations will be able to outperform humans in rational, careful tasks and functions.

The robots shall also be able to carry out surgeries and operations in the health sector and according to numerous studies, they shall overhaul humans with their ability and expertise. They shall also be able to perform tasks with less discomfort and pain.

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Dr Saarthak Bakshi

The author is CEO, International Fertility Centre

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