The research, which was published in the PLOS ONE journal, was created utilising the insights of 65 artificial intelligence (AI) specialists from Japan and the UK.
By 2033, 30% of all household activities, according to a recent study published in the PLOS ONE journal, would be performed by robots. The research, which was created using the opinions of 65 AI specialists from Japan and the UK, provides other astounding insights into the AI revolution and lists the sectors that AI is most likely to affect.
The analysis predicts that by 2033, the shopping sector will have experienced the most automation through AI, while the “old and young care” sector is predicted to have experienced the least influence.
According to Dr. Lulu Shi, a postdoctoral researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, “Just 28% of care work, including activities like teaching your child, following your child, or taking care of an elderly family member, is projected to be automated.”
The analysis provided fascinating insights into the “home chores” market in addition to the “retail” and “old and young care” industries. Robots for domestic home duties, such robot vacuum cleaners, have grown to be the most developed and sold robots worldwide, according to the research.
The paper, which was written by a team of 29 UK AI specialists and 36 Japanese AI experts, provided some in-depth consumer observations.
The researchers discovered that while women appear to be more enthusiastic about the use of AI in home automation in Japan, males tend to be more enthusiastic about it in the UK.
The amount of time we spend on various household activities will dramatically drop as home automation robots become more prevalent, the survey claims.