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Robot Evolution: The Development of Anthrobotics

@inproceedings{Rosheim1994RobotET,
  title={Robot Evolution: The Development of Anthrobotics},
  author={M. Rosheim},
  year={1994}
}
  • M. Rosheim
  • Published 1994
  • Engineering
  • From the Publisher: Since the creation of the first modern robots in the 1950s, robotics has developed rapidly and in diverse directions; the term robot (from the Czech word for drudgery) now applies to a spectrum of creations, from mechanical limbs bolted to factory floors to computer-driven bipeds with human-like capabilities. But the urge to create "mechanical men" to perform mundane, repetitive, and even complex human tasks is nearly as old as civilization itself. The ancient Greeks built… CONTINUE READING
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