"They say increased adoption of these techniques will go a long way toward resolving bugs and device failures."
Translation: Buy more of our shit and we promise to fix it later.
Translation: Buy more of our shit.
Really, no amount of progress was ever made by kicking the problem down the road. We'll kick it as far as possible while we go off and play with another new/shinier ball. Version 2 will have twice the complexity and four times the bugs of version 1. Yada yada. The only promise being made here is your robot will be obsolete next year - be sure to toss it out along with your cellphone.
When people first started flying airplanes they were incredibly unsafe. They lacked even the most basic of safety systems, build quality and materials were very inconsistent, and even the most experienced pilots would frequently crash (a common crash would be upending on landing). Now, millions of people fly every year and it is one of the safest ways to travel, precisely because increased adoption of flying led to better engineering, materials, and safety procedures(essentiallly "resolving bugs and device failures").