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Is the World Going to Revolve Around Drones and Bots?

by | Apr 2, 2022 | Community, Dystopia

The digital revolution is already in full swing. Drones and bots are revolutionizing everything from the military, emergency services, aerospace, transport and many more. The growth of these unmanned aerial craft and internet software is presenting new opportunities and with more and more of them popping up, we might see them more often in our daily life.

Drone, whether you call them Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), pilotless aircraft or Flying Mini Robots are rapidly growing in popularity. It is still in the infancy stage in terms of mass adoption and usage. And it is mostly used for surveillance and photography. But in the near future, they may also be used for entertainment, express delivery, mapping, rescues operation and many more.

And bots are computer programs that you typically interact with through written or spoken language. They are meant to make your life a little easier and take mundane tasks off your plate such as reminding you to take an umbrella if it’s gonna rain or to call your mom on her birthday. They can also take over other needlessly frustrating things like booking travel, remembering to pay your bills or other communications.

Bots are infiltrating many fields such as customer service, banking and healthcare. You may soon find that you’re chatting with bots more often than your a chat with a psychiatrist. Today there are a wide array of high-powered bots such as Apple’s Siri, IBM’s Watson, Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana. While these bots are the best of the best, they run on cutting-edge artificial intelligence programming.

Bots will become widespread in the future. While some bots serve a useful purpose, they can also cause frustration. Despite their positive effects, internet bots can be malicious and pose a security risk. Some bots have even been known to perform spam and spread malware. But as with all things in life, it is important to know what to do when dealing with bots.

The main difference between a good and a bad bot is that a good bot can do good things while a bad one can do terrible things. Fortunately, the majority of them are harmless and beneficial. Good bots have numerous uses.

The future of drones and bots is exciting. Already, they are being used in many areas. Drones are used as first-aid vehicles, police department tools and high-tech photography and video recording devices. And there is planning underway to use them to deliver internet services to underserved areas.

bots assistant on laptop
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay

The next step is defining a legal framework that will regulate drone use. For now, there are no restrictions. However, a clear understanding of what these drones can and cannot do is necessary. The first step to a legal and safe future for drones lies in the development of a regulatory framework.

As more businesses realize the benefits of drone technology, the debate over privacy and public safety will likely continue for years to come. In the meantime, drone developers can focus on bringing this technology to market. Initially, the future of drones may be characterized by concerns about the privacy and security of citizens.

As technology advances, drones will have an impact on the supply chain. These new technologies may be used to deliver packages in retail precincts. And as technology advances, drones will become autonomous. Hence they will become part of our everyday lives and may be used to replace trucks and other vehicles.

While the interest in drones is concentrated on commercial applications and industry, many people are intrigued by the creative perspectives that drones can provide. They will likely capture non-professional contexts that traditional photographers might not have considered. For this reason, it is important to engage the public and seek their view when formulating policies.

A drone policy should not only be developed in the interests of industry and the general public but also in the interests of the users of these technologies. As drones improve, they will also be able to do many other things. One of these is the ability to deliver almost anything. The future of drones will change the way that package delivery is done. Imagine the possibilities!

They can be used to deliver emergency supplies and can even construct bridges, among other uses. Moreover, they’ll reduce the number of semis on the road hence, reducing carbon emission. The future of drones is bright.

The future of internet bots on the other hand lies in conversation. It may come in the form of chatbot platforms. People who use search engines are trying to find answers to a specific question. This is called an informational search, while navigational searches aim to find a specific website, person or company. Chatbots are making this process easier for users. They can even provide recommendations based on the person’s previous behavior.

Intelligent conversational robots can help businesses by providing information, support, sales and recommendations and they will communicate through any appropriate medium. Soon, chatbot platforms will be completely invisible. It will become impossible to distinguish one from another. Rather than texting a bot, people will converse with their digital assistant casually.

logistic drone carrying a trolley
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

They will carry their interface with them wherever they go, accessing it with a discreet device. The future of internet bots will be in the omnichannel world, where the user can access information from a variety of sources. Bots can provide various services to users, like answering questions on social media websites. Many of these services are based on artificial intelligence.

These bots will be able to understand natural language and provide answers. They can also be designed to give customers automated customer service. They may even write code. A recent report from Google found that some companies use chatbots to respond to comments and spam. This is not the only use case with chatbots but there are a variety of applications for this technology.