Robotics is slowly becoming part of a common man’s life. It used to be a mere subject of science fiction novels, movies, and TV shows. But now, it is one of the booming technologies in the world, coexisting with us in many forms – from drones, smart bots, companion and pet robots to automated machines used in warehouse logistics, manufacturing assembly lines, navigation, search and rescue operations.
Oxford Economics predicts that robotic machines will displace around 20 million manufacturing jobs worldwide over the next decade. This robotic revolution is driven by technological advancements in automation, engineering, energy storage, AI, and machine learning. It is changing the world by helping people do things better with greater efficiency and doing things that haven’t been possible before.
To meet today’s pressing need for a knowledge pool for the development and promotion of robotics and STEM education among the general public and school children, a team of experts in robotics research, AI and machine learning has launched a new website called RoboticsBiz. This tech portal is meant to be a source of everything you need to know about robotics.
“The number of robots we use today has tripled over the past two decades, to 2.25 million worldwide. In the next 20 years, the global stock of robots will multiply even faster, reaching 20 million by 2030. There is a lot of interest in robotics today. Our goal is to build a knowledge bank especially for people who are new to robotics but want to build a solid foundation that helps them venture into robotics in terms of their curriculum or career,” said Baiju NT, one of the editors of RoboticsBiz. Baiju is a former editor of a BigData-MadeSimple.
RoboticsBiz touches various topics in robotics, including machine learning, artificial intelligence, sensors, drones, cloud computing, automation, etc. It partners with robotics events and competitions to promote STEM education in schools and colleges, which is crucial to creating critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and innovators of the next generation. Attending events empowers engineers and professionals to expand their knowledge and understanding of the latest trends and insights to develop winning strategies.
The website also covers news and robotic trends in markets such as agriculture, defense, education, healthcare, retail, logistics, etc. “The portal is essentially a platform for people and organizations to share their knowledge and views on AI, automation, and robotics. If someone wants to contribute, they can visit the “Write for us” page on the website and submit their articles to a team of editors,” he added.
For more details, visit roboticsbiz.com or shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This press release was originally published on Issuewire.com.