Alessia Gaspodini
November 9, 2021

3 innovative robots that have the potential to revolutionize your life

Robotics technology is rapidly advancing. According to Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, robots will reach human levels of intelligence by 2029. Can you believe it?
Here are three robot technologies that will change your lifestyle in the years ahead.

Wouldn't it be lovely to come home after a long day at work or hours of travel and find your favourite home-cooked food ready to eat? Takeout food is a fast, convenient option, but it’s not always the healthiest. Why don’t you ask your personal robot chef then?

By asking for specific meal preparation, you can pursue a healthy lifestyle, and prevent food-related health conditions like diabetes and high cholesterol while still eating deliciously. Also, when you’re stressed, your body produces cortisol, the hormone that can increase your appetite and make you overeat. How many temptations do you have when you open the fridge and start cooking by yourself? 


Moley Robotics Kitchen is the world's first fully automated kitchen system, capable of cooking more than 5,000 recipes, while imitating expert chef movements and cleaning up afterwards. You have the chance to experience international food directly at home, get cooking advice from skilled chefs, and save time from your regular cooking routine. It seems that enjoying food and counting calories at the same time has never been so simple.

Delivery drones, like the personal automated chef, are another robotic breakthrough that will make your life much easier in the years to come. Even if the term "drone" has certain bad connotations related to privacy and security issues, these devices can definitely be a helpful complement to delivery riders for speedy commerce.


Do you need a bottle of wine for your unexpected guests? Have you forgotten to go to the pharmacy? No worries! It may be possible that fast, smart, and innovative robots will leave your desired products at your doorstep in a matter of minutes. Wouldn’t that be amazing?

Last but not least it’s worth mentioning personal robot assistants.


It appears that they can provide further assistance and support to the elderly and disabled. We can already purchase robots that can navigate autonomously and clean our houses, but researchers are now investigating companion robots that can help with appointment reminders, provide entertainment, and create social engagement. In the UK, after a two-week trial it has been found that older people who engaged with the wheeled robots (dubbed "Pepper") for up to 18 hours had a considerable improvement in their mental health.

Robots can definitely play a critical role in our routines, improving our quality-of-life day by day. What do you think robots will be capable of in the next 20 years?

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