Robotics and artificial intelligence have become very advanced and very normal in today’s age. And it is enhanced more by using the internet and software in general. Many tech companies have been using this ever since. And one of them is Moonfruit, the first Software as a Service (SaaS) website builder, which delivers applications over the Internet as a service. Instead of installing and maintaining software, one can access it online, simplifying software and hardware management.

The said organization was bought by the company, Yell Group, and Wendy Tan White remained its chief executive officer until 2015. People need faster ways to deploy and reuse applications, and she thinks that her robotics work can do the job. A year ago, she was ready to show her group’s project, about which she said, “Our team has been exploring how to give industrial robots the ability to sense, learn, and automatically make adjustments so they can work in more settings and applications. We’ve tested the software using automated perception, deep learning, reinforcement learning, motion planning, simulation, and force control with Alphabet teams and manufacturing partners.” Also, an executive told a news source that they have been trying to unlock robotics’ economic potential and give more businesses and developers access to it.

However, in robotics, it’s easier said than done. With interest in making work easier soaring, can industrial robotics be made more user-friendly?