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The International Federation of Robotics reports that the U.S. service robot industry, which includes both industrial and domestic sectors, is a $5.2 billion market. It also estimates that home robots or domestic robots will contribute $11 billion in revenue by 2020.
Home robots have existed since the 1990s. An early example of this is the 2001 Electrolux robot vacuum cleaner. They are currently used for helping humans with many kinds of domestic chores. This article explores three such major home robot applications.
- Cleaning (vacuum cleaning, floor cleaning, lawn mowing, pool cleaning and window cleaning)
- Entertainment (toys and hobby robots)
- Domestic security and surveillance (machine vision, motion detection, more)
Our homes are getting smarter by the day. Today, a home can contain many pieces of hardware that continue to make menial tasks easier and improve the quality of life. The future of working with a custom artificially intelligent being who is able manage our lives and leave us open to working on things that interest and enliven us is very close.
This series of artificially intelligent homes contains many robot personalities — in this article, we will be focusing on Clarence, the household robot. As humans, we find ourselves needing a roof over our heads, food to sustain us, and sleep to rejuvenate us. However, the same tasks keep popping up every day — cleaning the house, feeding our pets, and generally maintaining the house. These repetitive yet necessary tasks leave ample opportunity for artificial intelligence to step in and help.
The Roomba and many other home robots are revolutionary devices. It is the start to having robots in the house that can perform manual chores for us. In this case, the Roomba specifically focuses on cleaning. The Roomba has multiple sensors that allow it to take in measurements of the surroundings, map its surroundings, and employ an algorithm to cover the maximum area within the mapped rooms while minimizing the repeated traversals of the floor. However, technological innovations will eventually lead to a robot that can perform multiple tasks that are more than just vacuuming the floor.