Merging Minds and Machines: The Role of Advancing AI in Robotics


  • Nishtha Prakash Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology
  • Areeba Atiq Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology
  • Mohammad Shahid Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology
  • Jyoti Rani Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology
  • Srishti Dikshit Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology



artificial intelligence, robotic system, cognitive augmentation, Human-Robot collaboration, Autonomous Intelligence, Visual perception, speech recognition


The relentless pursuit of creating intelligent robotic systems has led to a symbiotic relationship between human inventiveness and artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is a theory.  It is the development of computer systems that are able to perform tasks that would require human intelligence. This abstract explores the pivotal role that AI plays in advancing the capabilities and applications of robotic systems.  The integration of AI algorithms and machine learning techniques has launched robotics beyond mere automation, enabling machines to modify, alter, adjust, learn, and interact with the world in ways previously deemed science fiction. Design fictions that vividly imagines future scenarios of AI or robotics in use offer a means both to explain and query the technological possibilities. Examples of these tasks are visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.   The three key dimensions of   AI’s role in robotics are Cognitive Augmentation, Human-Robot Collaboration, and Autonomous Intelligence. The abstract also discusses the societal implications of this AI-driven advancement in robotic systems, including ethical considerations, job market impacts, and the democratization of access to advanced technology. The convergence of human intellect and artificial intelligence in robotics marks a transformative era where machines become not just tools, but companions, collaborators, and cognitive extensions of human capabilities.  Researchers are taking inspiration from the brain and considering alternative architectures in which networks of artificial neurons and synapses process information with high speed and adaptive learning capabilities in an energy-efficient, scalable manner. The indispensable role of AI in shaping the future of robotic systems and bridging the gap between human potential and machine capabilities is highlighted. The major impact of this synergy reverberates across industries, promising the world where robots become not just mechanical contraptions / defective apparatus but intelligent partners in our journey of progress.


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How to Cite

N. Prakash, A. Atiq, M. Shahid, J. Rani, and S. Dikshit, “Merging Minds and Machines: The Role of Advancing AI in Robotics”, EAI Endorsed Trans IoT, vol. 10, Dec. 2023.