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    Robotics: Utopia or Dystopia Robotics: Utopia or Dystopia? Table of Contents: Serial No. | Particular | Page No. | 01. | Introduction | 04 | 02. | Definition of a Robot | 04 | 03. | History of Robotics | 05 - 10 | 04. | The implications of robotics for jobs in manufacturing | 10-12 | 05. | The implications of robotics for jobs in the service sector: | 12 -13 | 06. | Robotics and future jobs, utopia or Dystopia | 13-15

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    Robotics In Frankenstein

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    The connection between the literature block and the technical block of this class created a very strong understanding between the underlying theme of robotics. A chance to read and evaluate the history of robotics through certain pieces of literature provided a sufficient amount of background knowledge to fully understand why and how robotics is highly relevant today. With technology today rapidly evolving, the technical block of this class showed us what it would take to maneuver and set parameters

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    Robotics Fig 1:The Shadow of Robotics Hand What is Robotics?? Robotics is the branch of technology that contributes the design, construction, operation, and application of robots as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans in dangerous environments and resembles as humans in appearance, behavior, and cognition. Many of today 's robots are inspired by nature of contributing

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    The Rise Of Robotics

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    Robotics was given rise due to the Industrial Revolution. One of the impacts of the Industrial Revolution is automation, which given birth of a variety of autonomous systems. In 1942, it was given another name by a sci-fi writer Isaac Asimov, Robot (Weinstein, 2016) . The purpose of this essay is to analyze the reasons for the rise of robotics, to demonstrate the conditions to make robotics be a game-changer, and to show why it results in a revolution in modern industries. Robotics becomes one of

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    Robotic Arm

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    Hydrolic Robotic Arm A hydraulic robotic arm, operating using water must be designed, built, and be tested in approximately two and a half weeks. The entire project consists of detailed design sketches with project notes, numbered parts made on a CAD program, bill of materials and a working prototype. 1.0 Introduction In this project we were required to follow the design process to build a prototype of a robotic arm that works using water. Not only did we need to build a prototype, we needed

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    The robotic age is upon us and how robots will impact our lives in 50 years is still yet to be determined, even though some intentional instances are starting to become apparent and clear. This has positive and negative repercussions and the impacts that we foresee are monumental, especially once it becomes affordable to the mainstream public. Robots may impact humanity in many ways and on many levels; health, social, disaster relief and space exploration are amongst many of the areas that benefit

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    employment in America by nearly six workers. Humanity may not be sent out to pasture, but the parallel with horses is still uncomfortably close. Robots are just one small part of the technological wave squeezing people. The International Federation of Robotics defines industrial robots as machines that are automatically controlled and re-programmable; single-purpose equipment does not count. The worldwide population of such creatures is below 2m; America has slightly fewer than two robots per 1,000 workers

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    Despite being stereotyped as “nerdy” by many, robotics is a rewarding extracurricular that can be beneficial to anyone. Robotics is a program centralized around STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. Today, many schools will have a robotics program, most of which are run by either VEX or FIRST. All of these programs are centralized around a team working together to build a robot to the best of their ability to score as many points as possible. All the while, participants

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    Robotic Error Analysis

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    provides the reader with information that serves to explain the authors purpose for giving an effective algorithm that will make the modern bipedal robotics era improve a variety of aspects. The authors purpose for writing this article is to provide an informative and persuasive algorithm to allow for the introduction of more efficient bipedal robotics. The authors use of equations as well as detailed tables for each point and design presented in the article assist the author is persuading the reader

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    Robotics Modern industrial robotics has been around since the 1960s using hydraulics. One of the first robots known as Unimate could easily pour liquid metal into die casts, weld auto bodies together and manipulate 227-kilogram payloads. Not only did it perform tasks which were dangerous but it also worked tirelessly thus removing the hassle of dealing with people. This caused a stir in the manufacturing industry and grew popular rapidly. This however didn’t solve all problem a robot could only do

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