By 2023, these advances will have brought with them an entirely new level of robotic abilities and capabilities. One of the huge leaps forward in robotics that will be seen in 2023 is a massive improvement in artificial intelligence (AI). Developments in AI technology in recent years will have enabled robots to much more accurately identify and react to their environment and take on increasingly complex tasks. By 2023, AI-enabled robots will be able to respond to more complex situations based on their environment, as well as being able to identify and complete tasks that go beyond manual labor. This could have huge potential both in industry and even home automation, where these robots can provide services such as cleaning and maintaining the home. Another major advance that’s expected to take place in robotics by 2023 is the development of autonomous robots. Autonomous robots are designed to be capable of carrying out their tasks without any external input or interference. This could potentially revolutionize industries such as manufacturing and agriculture, where robots will be able to carry out repetitive or dangerous tasks without having to be manually operated. Autonomous robots could also act as companions or service providers for elderly people or those with physical or mental impairments, helping these people carry out everyday activities such as shopping or housework more easily. Finally, robotic mobility is another area which is expected to grow significantly over the coming years. By 2023, advances in motor control systems and balance algorithms could enable robots to move around smarter, faster and more efficiently than ever before. This could open up huge potential for applications such as delivery robots capable of navigating urban environments or even Mars rovers able to explore the Red Planet. Overall, 2023 is set to be an incredibly exciting year for robotics, with numerous new technologies set to take us closer towards a world that’s full of intelligent robots capable of performing an incredible range of functions both in industry and society at large.