Robots have existed in some frame or another since old circumstances. Many societies have designers and architects in their history that endeavored to construct robots looking like creatures, people, and machines.
Antiquated folklore additionally portrays automata, for example, Archytas' mechanical doves. Today when individuals consider robots they tend to picture mechanized individuals that are fit for free development, worked either by a virtual individual or by mechanical means.
A few robots are worked to show up and act so like people that they seem to have their own particular knowledge. Robots today can perform hazardous occupations that would be excessively unsafe for people, for example, incapacitating a bomb or voyaging where people can't wander.
FASCINATING ROBOTS CERTAINTIES:
- The word 'robot' originates from a Czech word 'robota', which signifies 'drudgery'.
- The principal known robot in late history was made in the fifth century BC by Archytas of Tarentum. He made the mechanical pigeons.
- In 1495 Leonardo da Vinci drew gets ready for a kind of automated machine. It was a heavily clad humanoid.
- Elektro was the principal humanoid robot. It was worked in 1939 by Westinghouse. It was seven feet tall and had a vocabulary of 700 words.
- A robot slaughtered an assembly line laborer in 1981. A mechanical processing plant arm smashed a worker at the Kawasaki plant.
- It is evaluated that more than one million modern robots are in operation today, with the greater part being in Japan.