It’s the year 2023, and robotics technology has advanced significantly in the last three years, transforming how robots are employed in the home, workplace, and even in entertainment. Robotic vacuum cleaners are now commonplace, offering powerful cleaning on par with professional services. They boast intuitive navigation requiring minimal input from their owners and use sensors to detect obstacles and furniture automatically. The increasingly common robotics in manufacturing have enhanced production capabilities as well. Nowadays, machines can perform functions like welding, 3D printing, and injection moulding at a fraction of the cost and time than humans could achieve almost a decade ago. Sophisticated humanoid robots are beginning to appear too. While not yet able to perform complex tasks on their own, these robots do have the ability to comprehend visual and verbal commands and can provide sightseeing experiences and virtual tours that were impossible only two years ago. Medical care is becoming more efficient due to robotics too. Autonomous medical assistive robots are being developed that can carry out simple medical procedures such as taking vital readings or changing dressings—all while supervised by a human practitioner. Even military personnel are finding benefit from the advances in robotics technology and autonomous machines equipped with sensors and cameras performing reconnaissance missions and other critical tasks at a fraction of the cost of human soldiers. In short, robotics technology has significantly changed lives since its inception and is continuing to evolve every day. In just three years from now—2023—we will see our lives becoming intertwined with robotics in unimaginable ways that was not possible only months before it.