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Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
Summary for Robotics
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Summary for Robotics

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i used this presentation in my ICT project and i made the video that is in slide 5. it is on youtube and its URL ''http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRQmRPnUTHQ''. please like this video on youtube …

i used this presentation in my ICT project and i made the video that is in slide 5. it is on youtube and its URL ''http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRQmRPnUTHQ''. please like this video on youtube

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  • Pic of Isaac Asimov
  • 1 metre= 1 000 000 000 nanometreSkype is an example of TelepresenceThese are only few branches not all
  • This is when I am going to play the video I made Since it is slow due to loading
  • The idea of robots didn’t start by Da Vinci as humans had it from about 2500 BC but I preferred not to talk about them as they aren’t accurate. In the period between 1495 and 1956, many people invented objects considered as robots like dog can beg and bark and a robot that can smoke cigarettes and blow up balloons but I preferred to talk about the main events
  • Honda is mostly the first robot that can move and walk like humanto be used as flying camera during natural disasters
  • The play is simply about a man who made a robot then this robot killed the manPicture of Karel Capek
  • The forth law means that robots can kill or harm humans if this is good for humanity
  • Locomotion is the ability to move from one place to anotherMobile robots can either move by wheels or foot
  • These are the types of robots by application, the current situation of robotics and their uses:Pic 1- Industrial robots used in industries. Most of the robots are industrial robots and most of them are in car factories.Pic 2- Medical robots used in medicine companies and hospitalsPic 3- Household robots used at homePic 4- Military robots used in armies Pic 5- Entertainment robots used for funPic 6- Space robots used in space
  • This is how I see the future of roboticsrobots will be smarter than us Nanorobots are under development nowadays
  • I actually have a positive and a negative view. I am going to start with the positive view. I think that it is good because it will make us discover new places and will make life easier and more accurate. On the contrary, robotics will make wars spread easily as there will be a full army ready at any time and won’t put the risk of people’s lives under consideration. In addition, if a robot or machine made a mistake, we will end up blaming it which would be useless. Moreover, since robots will replace us this will cause economic problems and the number of human to decrease and humanity to end. Finally, what fears me most, is that robots can turn on us and we may end up being controlled by them.
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    • 1. ROBOTICS Done by: Abdelrahman Elsafty Form: 9A
    • 2. What is Robotics? • Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. • The design of a given robotic system will often contain principles of mechanical and electronic engineering and computer science. • The word robotics was first used in 1941 by the writer Isaac Asimov.
    • 3. Branches of Robotics • Artificial Intelligence: the developing of an intelligence of machine and is a branch of computer science • Nanorobotics: the field of creating machines that are at a scale of a nanometre • Telepresence: the study given to an illusion of being at a place without being there physically • Robot Locomotion: the study of the methods that robots use to transport themselves from place to another
    • 4. Watch and Think
    • 5. The History of Robotics
    • 6. Da Vinci sketched the first humanoid robot in 1495 Unimate, the first industrial robot was designed in 1961 George Devol and Joseph Engelberger formed the world’s first robot company in 1956 The first artificial robotic arm to be controlled by computer was designed at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital in Downey in 1963 The Soviet Union launches the first artificial orbiting satellite in 1957 Neil Armstrong became the first human to land on the moon in 1969
    • 7. First mobile robot controlled by artificial intelligence was designed in 1970 Epsom release the smallest known robot helicopter in 2004 Mars Pathfinder’s sojourner rover landed on Mars for the first time in 1977 Honda debuts a new humanoid robot called Asimo in 2002 The Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner has sold over 2.5 million units in 2008
    • 8. What are Robots? • Robot is a programmable machine that takes the actions or appearance of an intelligent creature which is usually a human. • The Czech author, Karel Capek is the one who called it robot which comes from the Czech word robota which means slave • It was first used in a fictional play in the 1920s called Rossum’s Universal Robots.
    • 9. The Laws of Robots • These laws were introduced by the writer Isaac Asimov in 1942 which are: 1. Robot may not injure a human being or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm 2. Robot must obey orders given by human beings unless they conflict with the first law 3. Robot must protect its own existence unless it conflicts with the first or second law 4. Robot may not injure humanity or allow humanity to come to harm
    • 10. Types of Robots by Locomotion • Stationary Robots: robots that can’t move as they are fixed in a certain place and only its arms can move. • Mobile Robots: robots that can move around freely either by walking or rolling.
    • 11. Rethink Robot The Robotic Vacuum Cleaner AIBO Da Vinci Robot The Disposal Bomb Robot The Curiosity Rover
    • 12. The Advantages of Robots • Perform the defined tasks with speed and accuracy • Give us information that we can’t • Don’t get bored • Work at any time without salary or food • Can work in dangerous environment • Can do many tasks at the same time • Don’t need experience
    • 13. The Disadvantages of Robots • Can’t respond in emergencies • Cost a lot of money • Replace human workers • Need a huge power supply
    • 14. Future of Robotics • • • • • Every person will have a robot at home Robots will do all the household tasks Robots will take care of children and elderly Nanorobots will be made The whole army will be composed of robots • Robots will perform surgeries • Robot brains that are based on computers can be ordered 100 trillion instructions per second will be made
    • 15. MY OPINION
    • 16. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING HOPE YOU ENJOY

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