Robotics meaning

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Robotics is the science of designing, creating and using robots.

An example of robotics is the creation of a new robot that can clean up the house.

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The science or study of the technology associated with the design, fabrication, theory, and application of robots.
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The science or technology of robots, including their design, manufacture, use, etc.
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The art and science of the creation and use of robots and robotic devices. See robot, collaborative robotics, AI, CRO, artificial life, autoloader, automation, autonomous weapon and brain-machine interface.
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Origin of robotics

  • Coined by Isaac Asimov from robot + -ics by comparison to "physics ... hydraulics, celestial mechanics, and so on" in his 1941 book Liar!.

    From Wiktionary