The first robots that can perform a variety of tasks have been demonstrated in labs.
They include the vacuum cleaner, the wheelchair and even the new electric vehicle.
Now, researchers are trying to make one for humans.
This month, the International Society of Robotics, or ISRO, announced a new project that aims to bring together roboticists, engineers and other experts from across the globe to build a robot that can operate the human brain.
The goal is to make it possible for a human to do a range of tasks from helping with paperwork to working as a caregiver.
For example, a robot could help a blind person navigate a shopping mall.
It could be a caregivers guide or a caregiving assistant.
For a patient, it could assist in making a diagnosis.
“A lot of times in the medical field, you have the person who is the patient,” said Jeffrey Smith, a professor of electrical engineering at MIT and director of the ISRO Robotics Center.
So far, the only robots that have been developed for humans are small robots called grippers. “
It’s a big leap for us to be able to make that leap and to move toward a robot with that capability.”
So far, the only robots that have been developed for humans are small robots called grippers.
The grippers are used to help patients lift objects such as large objects.
But the grippers were designed for use with the elderly and those with cognitive disabilities, and are relatively small.
The ISRO robots, called the Robotic Hand, will be much larger and will be designed for the elderly, people with learning disabilities and people with disabilities who are not as mobile as people with cognitive impairments.
In a video shown at the ISRAWeek conference, the robots walk around a hospital room, helping with the medical procedures and helping the patient.
Smith said the goal is for the robot to be used in more advanced medical applications, such as assisting with the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injuries.
The robot, which weighs about two kilograms, is able to perform tasks that would require a human operator to do.
The video shows the robot working with the patient, a wheelchair and other objects.
The robotic arm also helps the patient lift up objects.
“This is a human being who is having a seizure, a seizure is a difficult task to get done,” Smith said.
“It is a very challenging task to work with and the robotic arm is an excellent solution.”
The robotic hand is capable of performing basic tasks.
For instance, it can help the patient with their posture and balance.
The hand can also take in small objects.
A patient can use the robotic hand to assist in taking pictures and other video.
But it can also help them with the diagnosis.
A human operator can also do things such as take pictures of a patient’s face, which can help with the identification process.
In another video, the robot is seen lifting a wheelchair onto a table, which is an example of a task that is difficult to do with the robotic arms.
“We see this as a very real possibility for the future,” Smith added.
“There is a huge need for robots that are able to do tasks that we have never seen before.”
Smith said that in the past, the robotic systems that were developed to assist with specific tasks, such working with a wheelchair, were very expensive and limited.
For that reason, it took years for companies to produce robots with more advanced capabilities.
With the advent of commercial robotics, it is now possible to build robots that offer more advanced functionality, Smith said, including robotics that can assist in the treatment of speech, vision and speech synthesis.
Smith and his colleagues plan to test the robot and then use it in a pilot clinical trial in New Zealand.
The first trial is expected to be conducted in 2018.
It is hoped that the trial will enable the robotic system to be fully integrated into the nursing home and then be used by patients.
The trial will involve patients with mild cognitive impairment, who require assistance in everyday tasks.
Other patients with cognitive impairment can be treated with a robotic system that will be able help them.
It will also be possible to train the robotic hands in tasks that a human would be unable to perform.
“The goal is not just to bring a robotic arm to a human caregiver,” Smith explained.
“What we are trying now is to get it to a point where a human can walk around the room and help a patient walk around.”
The robots are designed to be self-contained, meaning they are able do their own activities.
They can be connected to a home network to be remotely controlled and they can also be programmed to work independently.
“They can be programmed in such a way that they can be controlled by another person,” Smith noted.
The researchers hope that the robotic design will make it easier for people with different disabilities to get the same capabilities.
The group has already developed