<p>i posted the original version of this short-answer a couple of weeks ago.</p>
<p>Engineering: Where do you imagine your chosen field of study will be in 10 years, and how do you fit into that picture?</p>
<p>I have always aspired to become an engineer. The one field in engineering that intrigues me the most is robotics. In recent years, the use of robots has become more customary and dynamic, and it is still an expanding field with unlimited potential. More companies are purchasing robots to make their business more efficient everyday. In 10 years, I expect robotics to become a major field in engineering and an even more widely used technology.
Companies will be increasing the amount of jobs for robots so that they can have a consistent reproducibility, a small margin of error, and realize significant cost savings. Robots would eventually replace every job in the production line at motor companies, as they are faster, easier to reconfigure, and have small margin of error. Also in 10 years, robotics would be advanced enough to significantly impact the medical profession. Surgical intervention using robotics would result in robotic surgery lending itself to telesurgery, in which surgeons would not be required to be in the operation rooms at all. This would reduce the need for seriously ill patients to travel long distances for care or allow surgeons to perform procedures on patients in hazardous environments such as battlefields.
The future of robotics is bright, and I look forward to be a part of its future. When robotics will be in the later part of its development stages, about 10 years from now, I picture myself being involved in a firm whose sole purpose is to design, manufacture, and distribute robots to car manufacturers and hospitals around the world. I have been involved in robotics for the past 2 years as a member of my very successful high-school robotics team and I want to be involved in it for the rest of my educational and working career. </p>
<p>when i posted the original version, some suggested that it wasnt personal enough. can u please comment? if even this is not personal enough, then i m kinda lost on how to do it (considering the prompt). can u also comment on the overall content?
thanx in advance...</p>