Robots can be artistic, too. What’s next?
Yumi, a humanoid robot, showed no signs of nerves on Tuesday as it raised its baton to conduct the Lucca Philharmonic orchestra alongside Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. The demonstration was designed to show that robots can go beyond mechanical functions and shine in fields that require higher professional skills, such as the arts. As artificial intelligence technology develops, robots will start to play a bigger role in daily life and work of humans. Are you prepared to have a robot co-worker?