Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a must nowadays, a strategic challenge and an unavoidable investment subject for companies, whatever their sector of activity. The post COVID-19 crisis presents itself as an opportunity for a fresh start for AI-powered companies. Moreover, according to some robotics experts, maintaining a physical distance between people accelerates business automation. It is, moreover, one of the “barrier gestures” that robots are not required to respect. Therefore, the implementation of AI will be extremely useful in helping companies accelerate several major trends that were already well underway before the epidemic.
Now we need to look beyond the COVID-19 crisis and begin to focus on the changes that put AI at the heart of our concerns.
Our mission is to inform, enlighten and engage a reflection on current processes and technologies that can quickly help automate marketing processes, boost business performance and promote value creation. Accordingly, at Almaxyra & Company, we provide our clients with a set of advanced solutions, as well as a variety of android and humanoid robots able to manage multiple tasks and animate all types of events. This, in order to create new relevant services for those who want to take bold steps and turn adversity into advantage.
Robots to the rescue!
The current economic situation is such that robots are having their moment of glory. All over the world, they have been helping hospital workers. They are viewed as tireless helpers, whether it is to greet and guide patients, monitor them, measure their heart rate, blood pressure, saturation, respiration, or to distribute meals and medication to isolated patients.
Other examples of current use of robotics:
- In Africa, in countries such as Rwanda and Morocco, robots work as caregivers. They ask questions and report regularly to doctors: “Hello, I’ve come to take your temperature, please move closely”.
- In several Asian and European countries, robots are deployed to disinfect highly contaminated environments (bedrooms, operating rooms, etc.). In some malls and supermarkets, they also assist cleaning agents who are overwhelmed by the health crisis.
- In a Washington district, ten robots are making between 30 and 35 deliveries a day.
- In Seville, Spain, a bartending robot was designed to serve drinks.
- In South Korea, robots are often used as security guards.
- In a Seoul company, a robot examines employees and visitors while repeating the following messages: “Please wear a mask”, or “Respect the social safety distance”.