By 2023, robotics will have seen remarkable advances. Robots and machines will become increasingly autonomous, more capable of carrying out difficult tasks and more socially aware. Here’s a look at some developments you can expect to see in the coming year: 1. Autonomous Machines: Autonomous machines are a type of robots that operate independent of direct supervision or instruction. With advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and sensors, robots can perceive their environment, make decisions and carry out specific tasks. By 2023, autonomous machines will become more commonplace in both industrial and domestic settings. 2. Social Robotics: Social robots are designed to interact with humans in a natural way and learn complex tasks through understanding cues and non-verbal communication. In 2023, these robots will be used for teaching children in schools, offering customer service to shoppers or giving companionship to elderly people living alone. The idea is to develop robots capable of exhibiting empathy towards humans and anticipating their needs. 3. Labor Robots: Robots that assist humans with labor intensive tasks such as welding metal components or loading trucks are an integral part of manufacturing industries today. As these robots become increasingly autonomous and connected via the internet, they can be operated with minimal human intervention and become networked with other machines and sensors within the facility providing valuable data to managers for decision making and control over production processes. 4. Collaborative Robots: Also known as cobots, these robots come equipped with sensors that allow them to perceive when something is out of place or needs to be moved to another location. Thanks to AI advancements, they are able to understand difficult verbal instructions relating to jobs they should carry out while still being able to work closely with human employees without endangering them. By 2023, robotic technology will have made impressive advances allowing robots to take on more complex roles in different industries as well as our everyday lives. This could revolutionize how things are done providing greater efficiency, accuracy and cost savings for people all around the world.