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Robotics in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

Robots are typically defined as physical agents that perform a variety of tasks by manipulating the physical world. The term is said to have been derived from the Czech word 'robota' meaning 'forced labour' and was used first in K. Capek's play, R.U.R. 'Rossum's Universal Robots', which appeared in 1920.
Robots are equipped with effectors like legs, wheels, arms & grippers. The single purpose of effectors is to exert physical force on the environment. Present day robots also use a whole range of sensors including cameras, Sonars, LiDARs, Radars and Lasers to assess and measure their environment as well as gyroscopes and accelerometers to measure their own motion.
Mostly, today's robots fall into one of three primary categories. These are Manipulators, Mobile Robots and Mobile Manipulators. Let's take a closer look at each of these categories.
Manipulators: Often referred to as robot arms, manipulators are physically anchored to their workplace.…

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