- the use of computer-controlled robots to perform manual tasks, especially on an assembly line.
Origin of robotics
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Examples from the Web for robotics
Is that what we want for the students at Carl Hayden High, where the robotics club is still going strong?These Undocumented Teens Outsmarted MIT—and Still Cant Get Real Jobs in America
July 14, 2014
The implications are enormous as all this comes amid widespread and growing excitement about robotics in daily life.
But nobody connected with the DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Robotics Challenge wants to admit that.
Born in 1960, just outside of Paris, LeCun has been drawn to computers, robotics, and artificial intelligence since a young age.Soon All Your Best Facebook Friends Will Be Robots
December 17, 2013
No one can predict the direction or dimensions of robotics a decade from now.Robotic Technologies Could Aggravate the U.S. Problem of Slow Jobs Growth
July 19, 2013
- the science or technology of designing, building, and using robots
- another name for robot dancing
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Word Origin and History for robotics
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