- Index hide1 Over the past decade, the global sales volume of industrial robots has tripled, peaking at around 422,000 units in 2018.2 Researchers at the University of Cambridge have created a robot that learns to cook by watching recipe videos.3 In South Korea, there are more than 930 robots for every 10,000 manufacturing employees, seven times the world average.
Over the past decade, the global sales volume of industrial robots has tripled, peaking at around 422,000 units in 2018.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have created a robot that learns to cook by watching recipe videos.
In South Korea, there are more than 930 robots for every 10,000 manufacturing employees, seven times the world average.
If cooking is not your thing, they have created the perfect solution, because the robot that could prepare the dishes you see on the internet has emerged, it is capable of learning to make recipes just by watching videos. This is a creation made by researchers from the University of Cambridge, who were in charge of training the robot so that when he finished watching several clips he could create his own dishes.
There is a wide variety of robots They have different objectives in their creation. The robots industrial are mainly in countries with strong automotive and electronics sectors, in Japan, China, South Korea, Germany and the United States. In South Korea, there are more than 930 robots for every 10,000 manufacturing employees, seven times more than the world average.
In today’s world, technology is advancing at a fast pace, and this has led to the creation of robots They can do many things, including doing jobs that only humans could do before.
Large companies have decided to create their own robotsuch is the case of Google who has presented his prototype called PALM-E, which would be used as an assistant in different sectors. This robot It has advanced skills and is capable of performing several complex tasks autonomously, since its objective is that it can be used as an assistant.
The central objective of creating the robots it was so that they gave the opportunity to facilitate and accelerate the processes of manufacturing industrial through programmed automation, although these currently have different objectives since certain robots They have become fully autonomous intelligent systems capable of functioning and even executing “decisions” without human intervention, through programming. These are able to help with small daily household tasks, as well as being useful for factories and companies and have even played an important role in health. According to Statista, over the past decade, industrial robot sales have tripled, peaking at around 422,000 units in 2018, before declining to around 384,000 units in 2020.
Don’t you like to cook? They create a robot chef that learns to cook by watching videos
researchers from Cambridge have programmed a robotic chef with a “cookbook” of eight simple salad recipes. In a demo that was published in Youtube it is shown that the robot, after watching the video of a human demonstrating one of the recipes, was able to identify what was being prepared and then make it. At first glance, the robot chef has the shape of an arm and it works driven by AI, the first results were excellent, since it was able to identify the recipes without any problem 93 percent of the time. In addition to determining the 83 percent of the actions necessary to complete them.
Grzegorz Sochacki, one of the robot’s researchers who is part of the Department of Engineering at Cambridge commented on the goal of creating the prototype.
“We wanted to see if we could train a robot chef to learn in the same progressive way as humans, identifying ingredients and how they come together in the dish,” he said in a statement.
It is clear that robots learn faster and are more intelligent, this year it is a technology trend that is on the rise.
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