by S. McColley, C. Kuchler, C. Johnson, W. Mentz, C. May, J. Lenyk and J. Mejia
Robots have impacted the transportation industry throughout time, but recently more than ever. They have impacted not only public transportation, but also the functionality of vehicles in areas such as China, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. They lead the way in technological advancements for transportation. The kinds of robots being used include self-driving cars and public transportation.
by Artigues, S. and A. Baldwin, C. Bell, B. Akalin, J. Biton, M. Camus, E. Burgess
Robots have been widely introduced in many industries, including the food industry. Robots are both good and bad for an economy for various reasons: they produce more output, but take jobs from actual humans
by Adriana Medina, Enrique Martinez, Jalen Matthews, Brandi Lopez, Josh Manheimer, Kai Koslov, Nia Larkins
In recent years, technology has advanced faster than anyone could have foreseen, propelling many industries to new heights. Some industries are able to adapt to this modern era of technology, yet some must make tradeoffs to stay with the curve. The industry of education is a peculiar case in regards to this question.
by Miriam Cohetero, Nydia Cooper, Sydney Davis, Merrie Detweiler, Joaquin Diez and Monica Robelo
Since 2016, the two nations that are and have been leading the way regarding robots in the medicine industry are Singapore and South Korea. South Korea boasts 631 robots per 10,000 employees, which is eight times the global average. Southeast Asian nations are significantly outperforming the rest of the world, and Europe and the United States lag significantly behind.