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Robots are interesting because they exist as a real technology that you can really study – you can get a degree in robotics – and they also have all this pop-culture real estate that they take up in people’s minds.



Robotics are beginning to cross that line from absolutely primitive motion to motion that resembles animal or human behavior.

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7 Reasons To Teach Robotics In Schools

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We can all agree that robotics is rapidly advancing. To ensure that the industry’s future is in good hands, we must introduce it to people who will be in charge.

Defining Reach Robotics: Behind the Brand

Defining Reach Robotics: Behind

Every business has a backstory to its brand. This story is frequently told through instantly recognisable business names and logo designs: Google is named after the mathematical expression for one

In the history of robotics, there have been 15 pivotal moments.

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2018 National Robotics Week greetings! To commemorate the world’s attention to the industry we like, we’ve compiled a list of 18 pivotal occasions in robotics history to show how far

Larry J. Lewis
Thanks for stopping by I am Larry and join me as we build (and program and soldering) a brighter future with robots.

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Mobile Apps for Robotics

With the ubiquity of mobile apps, it is only obvious that we expect that the next level of robotics will have full integration with your phone. While mobile app developers are working hard to create smartphone integrations, the robotics teams are also researching and implementing systems and functions that make sense to use in the context of mobile phones. 


Future is Now

The Three Laws of Robotics:

 1: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; 

2: A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law;
3: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law; The Zeroth Law: A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.

The club of the future:

Sometimes a technology is so awe-inspiring that the imagination runs away with it – often far, far away from reality. Robots are like that. A lot of big and ultimately unfulfilled promises were made in robotics early on, based on preliminary successes.