Responsible innovation in areas of artificial intelligence, bionics-technology, 4D molecular printing, and the rejuvenation and restructuring of bio-structures will be at the forefront of the new world of conscious recrudescence ⎯ when genetic re-engineering will largely account as approbation in contemporary society.
Yesterday’s industrial robot has seen improvements in areas with computing capabilities and operation degrees of independence. However these are limited to operating in structured environments and exhibit low levels of autonomy. These robots are tools of long production runs with a focus on mass production rather than mass customisation, and are merely components that perform single operations in manufacturing. Industrial robots have not significantly changed since its birth in the fifties, although replication of bio-structures have.
Fast forward in the dimensional presence, without further ado ⎯ advanced robotics and intelligent bio-structures require the development of infrastructural technologies that will enable next-generation manufacturers, scientists, architects, thinkers, bio-ethicists, innovators and engineers to solutions that can and will provide needed new levels of high-precision, quality, agility, and safety benchmarks.