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  • Robots

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    Robots always had a special place in mankind’s heart. There has always been an aura of mystery and discovery surrounding them. What is a robot? Wikipedia defines it as “an automatically guided machine which is able to do tasks on its own.” That is a good definition of a robot, but there are few exceptions too. The term “robot” was first created by Josef Capek. It was used by his brother Karel Capek in his play Rossum’s Universal Robots. The word literally means “work” in Czech. The science fiction

  • The Robot Is A Robot As A Mechanical Man?

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    The dictionary meaning of robot is a mechanical man or a more than humanity efficient automation. It is an automatic apparatus or device that performs functions ascribed to human beings or operates with what appears to be almost human intelligence. But this defamation does not give a human shape to the robot. The robot does the work of a human being. An Industrial robot is a reprogrammable, multifunctional manipulator designed to move materials, parts, tools or special devices through variable programmed

  • Relationship Between Robots And Robots

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    Although there is not a vast amount of knowledge on the topics of robots, here is what we do know. The word, ‘robot’ is a generalized term that includes machines such as the following: cyborgs, artificial intelligence (A.I.), and androids. These robots are essentially mechanical objects or beings that are built and programmed by humans for humans. Therefore, they are ideally limited to the capabilities programmed into them. Robots are created with the intention of being useful companions to society

  • Robots In The Military

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    A malfunction of a robot just occurred in the streets of Iraq while a U.S military troop and his partner were patrolling the area. Ten children were killed along with twelve innocent adults and the two U.S troops. The authorities are looking into the cause of the malfunction to see if it was a problem with the programming or whether someone hacked the robot. There are several liabilities when using robots in the military. There are also benefits from using them, but in situations like the one above

  • What Is The Robot Path Planning Robot?

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    Abstract- This paper proposed another robot navigation algorithm in light of gene expression programming, and introduced another idea named "parallel-chromosome" to mitigate the downside that the robot can't move back when meeting obstacles and proposed an extraordinary encoding technique to lessen the space cost. A "fitness function penalty" was advanced to choose the fitness values. Trials demonstrate that BPGEP beats conventional GA-based algorithms by altogether enhancing the success rate of

  • Analysis Of Robots

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    The robot performed exceptionally well within the competition, when it was not victim of an un-calibrated colour sensor and a faulty breakout board. It was one of the few robots that could successfully navigate home and did so the most reliably due to the usage of the gyro which neither competitors within the final utilized to travel home. Had the breakout board error not been present causing the robot to crash, and the colour sensor correctly tuned to the arena lighting, all rounds would have more

  • Robots Disadvantages

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    2050 robots will transform our lives, by being like another family member in the house and a co-worker at work. As well as helping people walk and move. They are learning to perform surgeries, and delivering food to our bedrooms, which is increasing their efficiency and practicality, making our lives easier. I know when many people hear the word robots they think of them as bad because there as been many movies where they are depicted as bad but in fact robots can help us in many tasks. Robots are

  • The Reflection Of The Robots

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    in theaters everywhere, the movie’s premise is that robots has dominated the human race and inserted their dominance on rest of the world. That story sounds not real and couldn’t be a future for today’s society. However, even though “evil” robots are not real technology taking control of the world is not so far fetch as the movies presents. In the article “The Robot Invasion” by Charlie Gillis the authors presents the growing reality of robots becoming functional tools or gadgets for people. The

  • Humanoid Robots

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    perform and serve more efficiently than humans.In these modern days, technology and innovation underscored a different design obligation: how robots and people can work better together. But the problem that coincides is, humanoid robots are portraying a more anthropoid appearance which makes it look too horrifying to humans: the sentiment whether or not humanized robots would bond with human beings.In fact, a vague social design can stipulate people not to construe or interact with machines. According to

  • Personal Robot or Not: I Robot

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    been prepared for you. Your personal robot completing the long list of chores you left for it has plugged itself in for the night and will be ready for more work tomorrow. Domestic robots or service robots are machines designed to accomplish household chores. These robots are slowly becoming more and more popular in our growing world. “Starting from humble beginnings in the middle of the twentieth century, the field has seen great successes in