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Conferences, summits, or events are gatherings of like-minded people and industry peers. You will learn more about new technology, techniques, and personal experiences with data difficulties and how they are addressed. Robotics conferences and events have been gaining popularity with the rising demand for technology in the different industries. You will have the opportunity to network with your peers at these conferences. This article features the top 10 robotics conferences and events to watch and attend in 2022.
Machines have long left the confines of research laboratories to explore new areas. They are expected to be massively distributed in pharmacies, the automotive industry, and other industries. Numerous robots are already assisting the manufacturing industry in improving product quality and reducing turnaround times. Robots have been around for decades. Through continuous innovations in robotics, robots continue to move closer to human lives and incorporate them into all aspects of life and work.
Three weeks ago we reported an amusing anecdote out of China in which robot waiters in a Guangzhou restaurant had been "fired" because whencustomers flocked to the Heweilai Restaurant chain in the southern Chinese city, they found they were not all they are cracked up to be. "A staff member said the robots couldn't effectively handle soup dishes, often malfunctioned, and had to follow a fixed route that sometimes resulted in clashes. A customer also said the robots were unable to do tasks such as topping up water or placing a dish on the table." "The robots weren't able to carry soup or other food steady and they would frequently break down. The boss has decided never to use them again," said one employee. We joked in the summary saying that "for now, it appears, China's minimum wage workers, and it has a few hundred million of those, will not be phased out just yet." According to a report released by the MIT Technology Review, where some saw failure in China's "novelty" worker robots, the Chinese government saw nothing less than the opportunity to perfect what will soon put million of Chinese workers out of a job: an army of worker robots.
Summer 2001 marked the tenth AAAI Mobile Robot Competition and Exhibition. A decade of contests and exhibitions have inspired innovation and research in AI robotics. Here we look back at the origins of the contest and how it evolved. We also reflect on how the contest has served as an arena for important debates in the AI and robotics communities. The article closes with a speculative look forward to the next decade of AAAI robot competitions.