Da Vinci Robotic System: A Case Study

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In the field of medicine, robots such as the The da Vinci robot surgery system, which was developed in the late 1980s, are used to perform tasks to prevent injury or accidental problem for a patient. “The da Vinci Surgical System is a sophisticated robotic platform designed to expand the surgeon’s capabilities and offer a state-of-the-art minimally invasive option for major surgery”(The da vinci surgical system). The da Vinci robot surgery system is a robot controlled by a human to perform surgeries. However, it can be arguable whether or not this is a robot due to its lack of AI.
An example of robotics is in manufacturing where industrial robots do work.They are programmed to do repetitive tasks. The robots are able to adapt to any physical change that came to them through a process called multipurpose. Also due to the fact that robots are unaffected by gasses or tiredness, this field is perfect for robot employment. Robots are programmed enough for this field to be
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With great skill in data analysis, robots are able to calculate faster, and determine prices and rates as well as statistics faster than a human can. In 2013, it was calculated by Oxford University that 47 percent of jobs have a chance of being overtaken by some form of technology (The Jobs Robots May Eliminate, Create, Transform). All of those jobs require so specific form of knowledge and specialized training.
In conclusion, robotics and AI are displayed in various fields of careers in our life. They have an impact in just about everything we do and come in many different forms. Without AI or robotics, humanity would never have most of the features they have in the world today and their lives would be much more difficult. Robotics and AI play a bigger role in human life in the modern day and will continue to evolve and play a bigger role in the

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