Most, if not all, of what we use and have around us has been made using an alternating current induction motor.
This is just the name given to an electric motoring unit that works like this: inside an electric motor, attracting and repelling forces (like magnets) create rotational motion. The process converts electrical energy into mechanical power, to allow the rotor to turn the machine it is attached to.
These motors are everywhere, in most businesses, such as restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, offices and even in our houses. Not to mention factories.