In the Information Age, the difference between prosperity and obscurity rests in the dichotomy of two competing movements.
It’s not just about taking jobs; in China, robots are staged to take identities.
Disagree? When Amazon Echo notifies you in real-time of a product unveiling or sale at the nearest Amazon Go, you’ll come around.
The robotics industry is emphasizing capability over capacity and audiences are cringing.
The post-modern world is strictly about information and the most efficient way to consume it. This applies to the robotics industry, too.
For now, industry must produce robots that know their roles—humans won’t accept machines that bark out orders or cut in line.
The target market for service robotics is humanity, so why not market the psycho-emotional upside of robot use?