In 2020, the unusual building of the Museum of Science and Robotics that will be called as Robot Science Museum, RSM. Museum will appear in the capital of South Korea, Seoul the New Atlas portal reports. The right to build the object was won by the Turkish architecture company Melike Altinisik Architects (MAA). Which is a most reputable and recognizable architecture company of modern days. According to its management, one of the main features of the new museum will be that robots are planned to be used at all stages of its creation. To get all the ideas and suggestions architects visited different universities. All the operation from production design to construction and construction and maintenance as well as other high-tech tools such as 3D printers and drones.

The museum itself was conceived by the metropolitan government to attract public interest in robotics. Isn’t is Awesome. People of all kind can find a robot that suites there own needs. The main headline to this story is to build a museum by the robots its just like birds building their own nest. This project will be a new skyline for the robotics technology at the top and will hit the big blue button.

The area of ​​the museum will be 2500 square meters with this the total area of ​​its premises will be 6500 square meters. That includes the model design and Parking and some area in the surroundings. The museum plans to hold not only exhibitions of robots it will also hold exhibitions devoted to artificial intelligence. As well as virtual and augmented reality and holographic technologies also various trainings in these areas.

Museum will attract all the companies who and building robots as well as tech lovers from all around the globe. With more and more advancement in the technology day by day this museum will be a must see place. But the very first and perhaps the most important exhibit will be the building of the museum itself. That is a milestone in its own way.

Robots and 3D printing technologies will be used in the construction of the Museum of Science and Robotics

The new museum of robotics which will play the role of a catalyst in social advancement and promotion of science technology and innovation. That will not only exhibit robots but also build on their capabilities in everything from design decoration to construction. In other words RSM will present as its first exposure its own construction by robots right at the building’s location said Melike Altinisik Architects in a statement.

The authors of the project note that the desire to create their own universe for robots and visitors will be expressed in the use of spherical and liquid figures. That will be a world where robots and walking and flying all around you and it is possible. According to the idea of ​​the architects, the building will be predominantly completed without the use of chopped and rectangular shapes.

Architects have taken alot of time in designing the museum for its unique and one of a kind construction. All the construction work will be divided in different teams of robots. Where humans will be present at the construction site to looking after the work and progress of the project. While one team of robots will be engaged in the construction of the facade of the building. Also independently casting, assembling, welding and polishing metal plates. The second group will create the surrounding landscape using 3D printers that print concrete. In addition, compact drones will be used to patrol, inspect, secure, and monitor construction activities. Of course, the machines will not be entrusted with all the work – people will be present at the facility.

According to the proposed project, the museum will be tightly integrated into the surrounding urban infrastructure. The absence of designated areas together with the inclusion of public space inside the building. As well as the organization of pedestrian and road transport. That will create a sense of continuity between the city outside and the museum inside.

The first exhibition at the Museum of Science and Robotics is scheduled for 2020 already. Full opening of the facility is expected in the 2022nd.

This will be revolution in the robotics industry because we have seen robots replacing humans in all sort of industries. From complex assembly of auto parts to pizza making to home delivery. With this industry booming day by day that cause more and more unemployment for the humans. Some people think robots will take half of the human job by the end of 2030. That is a alarming sign for humans.

This museum will be a bench mark and will help us find what we need. It will take less human interaction with most of the work done by robots them selves. Now we must see how effectively robots can work. Museum for encouragement from all around the world.

Researchers from the Netherlands and Germany have discovered , that the excessive humanization of robots by their creators can lead to equivalence of human life. In a recent study scientists put subjects in front of a hypothetical choice , who donate to the inevitable situation – machine , humanoid robot or human. In the case of a choice between the last options, people frighteningly often doubted.

Psychologists posed the classic mental task, the “trolley problem”, to the subjects. In it, a person needs to make a moral choice between two or more lives: he can move the arrow in front of the unmanaged trolley and choose who to sacrifice. In different versions of the problem, a child and a scientist, a group of criminals and one law-abiding person or other options are placed on the path after the arrow. In the new study, recipients were asked to choose first between an anthropomorphic robot and an ordinary, not like human, between humans and an ordinary robot, and then between humans and an anthropomorphic robot.

When there were humanoid robots or people on one path, and ordinary “cars” on the second, the choice of the subjects was simple and predictable. Between a living person and a robot like him, the more doubted the decision, the more the latter was “humanized”. Psychologists have proposed on the basis of this and similar studies to develop criteria and frameworks for the maximum allowable number of human features in robots. Otherwise, it may lead to unforeseen consequences and prevent future generations of automated assistants to perform their tasks, including in extreme situations.