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The amount of robotics research and development being done by businesses and academic institutions is increasing exponentially. 20 million human employees are predicted to be replaced by robots globally by 2030, according to studies. Researchers are working to improve it in terms of capability and sophistication as well as human-like characteristics. For instance, scientists are working to give robots the ability to feel and detect temperature changes as well as to give them emotional intelligence. Robotic skin, which will enable robots to comprehend touch, temperature change, and other sensations, is also being developed.
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