Robotsare emerging in many areas. We read about them in the newspapers almost everyday; about drone strikes in war, about robots in nursing homes keeping the elderlycompany or about cars with the ability to park or even drive without human management. The development seems to go from industrial robots, confined in certainareas, tomachinesand systems with increasing levels of autonomy, with the singularity machinesoutsmarting humans and science fiction movies like Terminator or I, Robot atthe far, more speculative end of the spectrum. there is no universally accepteddefinition of autonomy.
a basic idea is the ability to be off on one’s own,making decisions of one’s own without the influence of someone else, butdefinitions vary between contexts. Thinking or reasoning is a loaded term when applied to machines, datingback to the “debate” between Alan Turing, asking the question “Can MachinesThink?” (Turing 1950) and John Searle’s thought experiment “The Chinese Room”(1980), The philosophically interesting questions surrounding autonomoussystems can be divided into different categories. One category of questionsconcerns the ethics of using autonomous systems. There are for instance issuesof rights, privacy, safety and dignity. Should we replace humans with robots?What about unemployment? If worker are replaced by robots, will the productionand efficiency be affected? Our project is focus on using robots in industries.A lot of money is being spent on robots and robots that are even lethal. It isargued that the use of autonomous robots in various places that may affect theefficiency of productiontheindustry is moving from current state of automation to Robot to increaseproductivity and to deliver of uniform quality. A robot’s work gives the sameresult each time as opposed to the human.
The quality and capability to repeatprecise movements makes it easy to increase the speed of the process. thecourse of implementation involves the visual access to data that is a mapshowing path of movement. The question arises that how to create an autonomousmobile manipulator that maps area as well as identifies objects, pick them andreturn to initial position We make our task more challenging the return pathwill be implemented using our own algorithm.