By designing power sources that give robots the ability to function for more extended periods, researchers think autonomous robots could soon be roaming the Earth’s oceans on vital scientific missions and for delicate environmental tasks like sampling coral reefs
For most of us, weekends, most especially Sundays, are spent tidying up and cleaning the house, trying to prepare for another busy week ahead. Imagine having a robot at home that could help you with all these tedious chores. This might not be so far out since according to a report by BBC, a start-up company in Japan is trying to teach a pair of machines exactly just this. It seems to be proving a bit difficult 'coz what seems like a simple job for us humans, is a surprisingly tricky task for a robot - specifically, cleaning a bedroom.
Most human interactions with robots come from behind a screen. Whether it's fiction or a real-life interaction, rarely are we put face to face with a robot. This poses a significant barrier when we look towards a future where robots will be part of our everyday lives.
AnBot came from the Chinese word "An" which means security, and "Bot" from the word robot. Also the robot police officer, has electrically charged riot control tool which it further uses for monitoring.