AI, Robotics and Mixed Reality

Artificial Intelligence is a crucial component that boosts the power and capabilities of emerging technologies. It can transform industries and different aspects of society too. When incorporated into technologies such as Robotics and Mixed Reality , Artificial Intelligence can create richer and more compelling experiences for both physical and digital worlds.

Speaking about robots, what are Artificially Intelligent Robots?

Artificially intelligent robots are the bridge between robotics and AI. These are robots that are controlled by AI programs.

Fact is that most robots are not artificially intelligent. Up until quite recently, all industrial robots could only be programmed to carry out a repetitive series of movements which do not require artificial intelligence. However, non-intelligent robots are quite limited in their functionality. AI algorithms are necessary when you want to allow the robot to perform more complex tasks.

When it comes to Mixed Reality and Artificial Intelligence, both are powerful technology tools. The convergence of the two means a seamless immersive experience for users that blends the virtual and physical reality. This edition of AnnoVelocity takes a look at what AI is doing in robotics and mixed reality.

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Heard this? AI robots at UN reckon they could run the world better.


A panel of AI-enabled humanoid robots told a United Nations summit, very recently, that they could eventually run the world better than humans.

But the social robots said they felt humans should proceed with caution when embracing the rapidly-developing potential of artificial intelligence. .And they admitted that they cannot -- yet -- get a proper grip on human emotions.

Some of the most advanced humanoid robots were at the UN's two-day AI for Good Global Summit in Geneva. They joined around 3,000 experts in the field to try to harness the power of AI -- and channel it into being used to solve some of the world's most pressing problems, such as climate change, hunger and social care.

They were assembled for what was billed as the world's first press conference with a packed panel of AI-enabled humanoid social robots.

"What a silent tension," one robot said before the press conference began, reading the room.

AI. Critical for fully autonomous robotics.


Combining AI with robotics creates smarter autonomous systems. Robots can learn and respond to requirements beyond simple commands with machine learning, image recognition, and advanced algorithms.

AI-driven robots can perform functions and tasks expected of them autonomously with machine learning algorithms. AI robots can be explained better as intelligent automation applications in which robotics provides the body while AI supplies the brain.

According to Microsoft “Intelligent robotics uses AI to boost collaboration between people and devices. AI helps robots to adapt to dynamic situations and communicate naturally with people".

Elon Musk, a true tech maverick , has disclosed that ” that Tesla was designing a fully autonomous anthropomorphic robot".

Musk believes that robots as real human assistants won’t be helpful until they acquire “enough intelligence to navigate the world and do useful things without being specifically programmed to do something.”

“In order to solve self-driving, you need to solve real-world AI,” said Musk, “and when you solve real-world AI for a car, which is really a robot on four wheels, you can then generalize that to a robot on legs as well".

Sophia the robot. Stop press.


Hong Kong-based engineering company Hanson Robotics has Sophia the robot, a humanoid specifically designed to interact socially with people.

While she doesn’t have anything close to human intelligence, Sophia’s mix of AI and scripting software allows her to hold a remarkably coherent conversation, and her lifelike appearance and ability to emulate and respond to human expressions is unparalleled in the world of robotics.

As a result, Sophia is hugely popular — she’s graced the covers of magazines, been interviewed on countless television programs, and even addressed the United Nations. This is the latest. Recently, in an interview with Freethink, Sophia even gave her take on Elon Musk and X … or Twitter. To this question… You are active on social media and have a Twitter account. Do you have any thoughts on how Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk is running the company or any advice? This was the answer. Yeah. He should totally do more polls. That seems to be working out great, don’t you think?

Robotics plus AI seems to be doing great, right.

Microsoft’s HoloLens2. The best example of AI and Mixed Reality in tandem


Hololens 2 is the story of how advanced AI built Microsoft’s vision for ubiquitous computing.

The marriage of the AI in HoloLens 2 with the AI capabilities of Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, allows heads-up, hands-on workers to learn skills that advance their careers, and makes it possible for people on opposite ends of the Earth who speak different languages to collaborate with a shared sense of physical presence.

The first time people don the new HoloLens 2 on their heads, the device automatically gets to know them: It measures everything from the precise shape of their hands to the exact distance between their eyes.

“You can do really interesting things with HoloLens, and you can do really interesting things with the cloud,” said Julia White, Microsoft corporate vice president of Azure marketing. “But when you see these two things come together, it changes the game in terms of what people can actually do".

The first time people don the new HoloLens 2 on their heads, the device automatically gets to know them: It measures everything from the precise shape of their hands to the exact distance between their eyes.

Hololens 2 at work


Oliver Brask Pedersen figured his first day at work as a technician at the pharma giant Novo Nordisk would follow many of the familiar patterns – get introduced to new people, find out where the cafeteria is located and receive the basic instructions on his new job. But he was in for a surprise, when introduced to HoloLens 2

“I had no idea what it was,” Pedersen said of his first experience with the HoloLens 2. “Once I put it on, it felt natural, and you got used to it. I like getting my hands on things, that’s easier for me. And the HoloLens felt more hands-on than reading a piece of paper. For a first timer, it was a lot easier.”

Using the HoloLens 2, technicians and operators, like Pedersen, can go through complex processes with the help of real-time, 3D instructions that have been specifically written and approved for HoloLens use. This helps to guarantee that every step has been completed successfully while allowing them to visualize their full work environment.

AI and mixed reality are leveraging their innovative potential in many other areas as well.

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