Scientists from the University of Liverpool introduced his colleague-a robot that worked in his laboratory during the whole time of the lock. Programmable Explorer at a cost of 100 000 pounds sterling (9 million rubles) learn from their results to improve their experiments. A new report from the Royal society of chemistry as a national research strategy “post-COVID” using robotics, artificial intelligence and advanced computing as part of a set of technologies that urgently need to use. The goal is to help socially which greatly differs scientists to continue the search for solutions to global problems, reports BBC News.
New robot scientist can work independently, so the researchers can conduct experiments from home, explains how one of the developers.
According to scientists, this technology can make a scientific discovery “a thousand times faster.” Scientist-the robot is currently beginning a series of tests. He’ll be looking for a catalyst that can accelerate the reaction inside the solar cell.
But, according to Professor Andy Cooper, scientist-material scientist, who put robot to work in your laboratory, it can be used in the fight against COVID-19.
“COVID-19 climate change — there are many issues that require international cooperation. Such robots can be around the world associated with a centralized brain that could be anywhere. We haven’t done is only the first example — but it’s absolutely what we wanted to do,” says Andy Cooper, scientist-material scientist
Today in the world where scientists will also need to limit your time in the lab and maintain social distance from each other, a scientist, the robot found its place.
He isn’t bored, he isn’t tired, working around the clock and does not need to leave the joke of the developers. On a more serious note, scientists said that the robot had changed the speed with which researchers can run trials and experiments. It can easily sort through thousands of samples, therefore, frees up the time of scientists. They can focus on innovation and new solutions.
Like robotics designed for research in space, such machines can also hold more risky experiments in more stringent laboratory conditions or using toxic substances.
That is why, according to Deirdre black, head of research and innovation in the Royal chemical society, the British science must introduce new technologies to your infrastructure.
Scientists believe that the who played down the possibility of air transmission COVID-19
We are talking about people using digital technology, that they can work quickly to find and to innovate, to explore more complex and challenging problems, such as decarburization, prevention and treatment of diseases, and cleaning our air.
Does this mean that while many scientists found themselves isolated, machine came to get a job? Scientists claim that there is. Science will always need people, the researchers claim.