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ro·bot·ics

 (rō-bŏt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The science or study of the technology associated with the design, fabrication, theory, and application of robots.

robotics

(rəʊˈbɒtɪks)
n (functioning as singular)
1. (General Engineering) the science or technology of designing, building, and using robots
2. (Dancing) another name for robot dancing

ro•bot•ics

(roʊˈbɒt ɪks)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
the technology connected with using computer-controlled robots to perform manipulative tasks.
[1941; coined by Isaac Asimov]
ro•bot′i•cist, n.

robotics

the application of automated machinery to tasks traditionally done by hand, as in manufacturing.
See also: Automation
the application of automated machinery to tasks traditionally done by hand, as in the manufacturing industry.
See also: Industry
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.robotics - the area of AI concerned with the practical use of robotsrobotics - the area of AI concerned with the practical use of robots
artificial intelligence, AI - the branch of computer science that deal with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively; "workers in AI hope to imitate or duplicate intelligence in computers and robots"
animatronics - the construction of robots to look like animals (developed for Disneyland)
telerobotics - the area of robotics that is concerned with the control of robots from a distance
Translations
robotika
robotiikka
vélmenni
robototechnikarobotų technika
robotica
robotika

robotics

[rəʊˈbɒtɪks] NSINGrobótica f

robotics

[rəʊˈbɒtɪks] nrobotique m

robotics

n sing or plRobotertechnik f, → Robotik f

robotics

[rəʊˈbɒtɪks] nsgrobotica
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