If you look into the etymology of “robot” ,it comes from the Czech word “robotnik” which translates to forced labor or work or being a “slave”.
Have you ever felt uncertain, or even threatened by a robot, or another persuasive yet inanimate character that appears to be living? You’re not alone.
As artificial intelligence evolved throughout the decades, these fictional robots began to adopt the form of material objects — from wooden dolls to machinery. However, the unmistakable yet intangible threat that robots pose to humans has remained largely constant throughout both literature as well as the human psyche.
As we can see as of now, Most acclaimed commercial robots have been largely distinct from the human form. By and large, robots are expected to diligently serve and attend to our needs while enduring our abuse.
Now the question is, Are humans the problem?