For more than a century, intelligent robots have been a mainstay of science fiction. Even if it's still science fiction, an artificial brain that can comprehend reality and experience emotions comparable to those of a human may be on the horizon in the near future, thanks to developments in robotics. The development of a thinking machine will use up a lot of resources and is certain to spark debate and intricate problems. However, there are a plethora of uses for this technology. Such robots would make good senior assistants, customer service agents, blind guides, and other professionals due to their capacity to comprehend human emotions (Wu, Tsai, Hu, & Chen, 2023). It may also address the problem of the indiscriminate use of autonomous weapons when defending territory.


The security of this equipment is one of the most important challenges. A skilled hacker may obtain access to the robot's system and utilize it for evil purposes. A guide robot may send a human into traffic, and a weapons system operated by such a robot would represent an immediate threat to everyone around (Matellán, Bonaci, & Sabaliauskaite, 2018). The second problem may result from robots taking over human occupations. Increased unemployment and hostility toward intelligent robots would result (Gross, 2023).