is able to complete its task while a human makes all the decisions this robot is useful. However, if a robot who 's intended purpose is to complete the same task autonomously needs an equal amount of human assistance, this robot is not useful. Generally robots are created to complete tasks humans find dull, or tasks that are dirty or dangerous (Robots Rising., 1998).
4.2 What can robots do right now/what can 't we do without robots
In our currant lives robots already perform a huge variety of tasks, both domestic and industrial, to make our lives safer and easier. One of the most common autonomous robots which are currently being used in an everyday households are domestic robot vacuums, but as out technology develops there are now also robotic lawn mowers, mopers and dry cleaners (Evon, D., 2016). However, robots are also very important on an industrial scale to speed up processes, or complete tasks too dangerous for humans. Some of these include military services, car production, space exploration, underwater exploration, duct cleaning, crime fighting, investigation of hazardous environments, commercial agriculture, oil spill clean-up and minimally invasive remote surgery. If we didn 't have robots some of these tasks could not be completed, or take excessive amounts of time to complete (Web Design Schools Guide., 2016).
4.3 How did the tests conducted, and information gathered prove that robots can, or cannot be useful
Through the information gathered online, presented…