Have you fallen victim to the herd ideology that robots and artificial intelligence are the replacement to humans? Or perhaps, more popularly believed that the inculcation of robots in everyday work will replace humans? While such notions are popular themes in literary and entertainment industries, pragmatic technology has simultaneously developed alongside contemporary problems. The need of the time is to strike a balance and achieve an equilibrium between what humans and robots, both have to offer.
Humans are adaptable; courtesy to high cognition and evolutionary biology. This adaptability is reflected in the ability to make informed and uninformed decisions, store experiences, and even perform unplanned actions. Robots, on the other hand, are efficient, owing to their task-specific designs. This efficiency may surpass that of the human but is still far away from replacing human cognition/decision making. Hence, the gist is to introduce solutions which preserve human decision making to its pedestal, while bringing forth the human-robot collaboration as an alliance of efficiency and adaptability.