Recently a video went viral of a woman claiming four robots with astute artificial intelligence were responsible for killing twenty-nine humans. With a little research I’ve come to the conclusion that this is little more than fanatic and fear inducing conspiracy. I did however, come across a more credible source that goes into a tri-fold analysis concerning Japanese robotics. You might be wondering why Japan of all places and it’s because they are the leading nation to use these autonomous mechanical instruments and integrate them in everyday life.
They’re at the airport, they’re in department stores, and they even play soccer! It’s estimated that the Japanese market for robotics (whether that be recreationally, or in manufacturing) will increase to $3.7 billion in revenue by 2035 (now it’s about $155 million). Like any and all technological ventures it is important to keep morality in mind. Is it okay to trust our children with robots? How will that effect the job market? On one hand it could eliminate the need for unnecessary human risk and on the other it may require more human risk. Ethics are also circumstantial.
Japan’s needs are not universal, but soon service robots may be.
For example, if there is a decline in the number of people able to work than it makes sense for a large influx of this technology, but if the demand for working individuals is abundant in another place, should service robots be banned? At this time there is more deregulation than regulation and the result is a market free of liability. The report from three students at the university of Stanford and provides astounding insight for a future that may be on the near horizon.
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