Autonomous devices are physical robots that are aware of their physical surroundings, can learn from input and experience and are able to do tasks mostly on their own. Drones and humanoid robots are only a few examples of autonomous devices.
They can take on many shapes or forms. Some can be as big as factory robots that produce cars, and some can be small like bees that are used to pollinate flowers. Some, like cancer fighting nanobots, would not even be visible to the human eye.
On their own, they could already provide good value. However, if these independent robots are integrated well with the Internet of Things, they could be exponentially better.
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