Artificial Intelligence Nano-Robots
Eksha Guliani, Anita Gupta, Tejendra K Gupta
The interaction of humans with technology is greatly connected and built up by trust, it is an inevitable user acceptance that is required at every step. There is an existence of applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics in the field of engineering, architecture, and construction industry. Therefore, there is a requirement for carrying out studies related to the trust aspect in every system. As artificial intelligence (AI) and robots are increasingly taking place in practical service solutions, it is necessary to understand technology in value co-creation. There has been a tremendous advancement in the field of nanotechnology which has ultimately led to the production of nanorobots, and these have a wide range of applications in nanomedicine. Thus, a nanorobot being an artificial device should be employed and used as a strategy to escape from such kind of immune system. To prevent barriers during the movement trajectory, a self-organized trajectory should be planned for a nanorobot to function accordingly. Due to some of the practical limitations, all the scientists could afford to compromise the product design so that it suits the needs in various stages from a unique design position. This revolution might place the twenty-first century at a decisive position in the era of history.
Robotics, Nanorobots, Nanotechnology, Materials, Composites
Published online , 23 pages
Citation: Eksha Guliani, Anita Gupta, Tejendra K Gupta, Artificial Intelligence Nano-Robots, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 147, pp 1-23, 2023
Part of the book on Application of Artificial Intelligence in New Materials Discovery
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