Virtual Reality is the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment users can interact with in real-time.
The definition of the term robot goes beyond a strictly technical understanding. Instead, robots are rather perceived as autonomous, socio-technical machines.
The theory of quantum computing states that the use of quantum mechanical computation leads to a lower runtime complexity for some problems that would not be possible using a conventional computer.
Machine learning means a computer programme learns from experience related to a certain class of tasks, and the execution related to those tasks improves with increasing experience.
Artificial Intelligence describes the branch of computer science dealing with the development of computer algorithms for problems that we humans are still better at solving.
A bot is often referred to as software capable of independently executing tasks. In addition to technical aspects, the fact that bots act as an interface between humans and computer systems poses numerous challenges for research.
To help display relevant content correctly, augmented reality (AR) uses computer vision (CV) in conjunction with sensors.