Programming Robot Revolution, which explores how robots, created by human ingenuity, will ultimately be our companions and colleagues, changing how we play, live and work together. The exhibit allows guests to step into a visionary world where robots are not just a curiosity, but a vital asset.Robot Revolution comes to life with a collection of cutting-edge robots that have been secured from some of the most innovative global robotics companies and universities. About 40 robots from all the over the world — including Japan, Poland, Denmark, Germany, China, Canada, as well as coast-to-coast throughout the U.S., present opportunities to interact and to see robots that have rarely been shown to the public. Robot History “Robot” comes from the Czech word “robota,” which means forced work or labor, and was first used to denote fictional humanoid in a 1921 play, “R.U.R.” by the Czech writer, Karel Capek. The history of robotics can date back to the fifth century B.C., when Archytas of Tarentum, a friend of Plato’s and a renowned mathematical scientist, built a mechanical bird driven by a jet of steam or compressed air — arguably history’s first robot. Al-Jazari, a Muslim engineer and inventor, built what is believed to… Read full this story
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