Landmarks in The Development of Robotics

Although the origin of Robot is rooted in ancient world the modern concept of Robotics started with the advent of Industrial Revolution. In the modern era the term ‘Robot’ has been introduced for the first time by Karel Capek in 1921. Today, one can envisage human-sized robots with the ability of near-human thoughts and works, which are being launched into space to complete the next stages of extra-terrestrial and extrasolar research. Commercial and engineering Robots are now in extensive use performing jobs more economically or with greater accuracy and reliability than humans. This session related to the History of Robotics is meant to drive through the entire journey and visit through the process of creating the human invented automation system.

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  • Ancient Era and the Concept of Robot
  • Asimov and Laws of Robotics
  • The First “Programmable” Mechanism, a Paint-Sprayer
  • The Turtle Robots
  • Landing in the Moon
  • Deep Blue beat World Chess Champion
  • Robobee

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