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Samsung with extra flat Neo-QLEDs

As soon as "Dinner for One" has flickered across the screen, things are going strong again in the world of technology. CES 2022 will take place in Las Vegas from January 4th to 7th . Although some big names are missing with Google, Meta and Microsoft, other manufacturers such as Samsung or LG will not miss the opportunity to present their first highlights of the year at the fair. TV fans in particular get their money's worth. Samsung with extra flat Neo-QLEDs Samsung is redesigning its Neo QLEDs. Since 2021, televisions have been equipped with mini LEDs that generate bright, evenly illuminated images and ensure high contrasts. The new model, the Samsung QN95B, is supposed to adapt the bundling of light to the image content. Samsung expects this to result in less overexposure to high-contrast image edges. In addition, the television can adjust the backlight brightness in finer steps. It should also score visually, its very thin rim makes it possible. Because Samsung ha

Robotic arms

 Does more robotic weapons mean less human work? Or more efficient production?

These are the questions we are asked very often. However, it is clear that more robotic arms does not mean less human work. In fact, they can lead to more humane work. According to a report from the world economic forums, robots could lead to the loss of 75 million jobs worldwide by 2022, but over time they will create a positive net result of 133 million!

Take a spreadsheet, for example. Before it appeared, accountants spent a lot of time manually adding numbers. The advent of spreadsheets made it much easier for accountants to spend their time making informed business decisions, improving communication, enhancing accountability, and optimizing efficiency. techwadia

These advances have increased profitability, which in fact has created many more jobs, although programmatically the responsibility of whoever added the numbers no longer exists.

The idea that robots succeed and “take over everyone’s work” is wrong. In particular, the future of robots and humans goes hand in hand. bacobolts

Present and future automation applications

A funny thing happens when you take the motors and fold them into an arm-like configuration. People suddenly humanize him and think that he is somehow self-sufficient.

Yes, in the future, automata will be functionally capable of handling most, if not all, automation. However, we are still far from a few big advances in machine learning, and even so, there will be limitations.

Here's another historical example of context. There was a time when labor market weekends were different than today. Then came Henry Ford and a model of his assembly line, capable of producing an incredible number of cars in a short period of time. So there was a lot more flexibility.

The staff is constantly changing and people are adapting to it. If, in the future, robots reach the point where they can do most of what humans do themselves, we will adapt again. The development of the work will continue. This can give us more time to pursue our hobbies and interests.

A fleet of robots must empower people

When it comes to useful fleets, you should start with useful apps. Make sure the robots do something accurately and accurately, and that they do it reliably. Next, we need to make sure we manage them by examining sets of registry information, troubleshooting, and performing scans. Effective fleet management of robots is about taking a problem from a robot and handing it to the right person to complete an intelligent alert system.

In fact, we are already seeing such a robotic fleet deployed with great success in places such as hospitals and automotive. We use robots to solve problems that have not been solved before, for example, we remove all the garbage in the sea. This is only possible if fleets of robots work together to improve people's lives.

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