Robots were made for humans so that they can focus on more important tasks and let the small tasks be handled by these inventions. There is titan the robot which can literally identify all the objects that are around it and it can tell all about it. The second idea of having robots was for old aged people and people who need assistance at all times. Robots have been helpful in many businesses and now a days, you can even see some robots taking orders and even serving orders at a restaurant.
There are all sorts of robots now. Most of the super intelligent robots can be seen in the industrial sectors where huge machinery has to be assembled with care. The benefits of working robots are that they don’t make any kind of errors like humans. In Dubai, UAE, the whole metro trains are operated by robots but they are not driving, there is a full robust system that makes them work. If you are intrigued by robots then we suggest that you look here to know about the history of robot.
77 to 100 B.C: in 1901, in the islands between Kythera and Crete, a diver founds old pieces of electronics that seemed like parts of computer. This was later discovered that is was used to calculate the position of the sun and moon and it was dated back to 2000 years ago.
270 B.C: scientists saw a weird clock but later saw traces of water in it. This clock was then named a water clock and it was said to be invented by some Greek engineer named Ctesibus. He made a hole in the clock in a way that the water would empty within 24 hours.
278 to 212 B.C: in this era, no robotics were made but frameworks were made that are still used in latest robots.
10 to 70 A.D: a mathematician, engineer and physicist named as The Hero of Alexandria wrote a book named Automata which means moving itself. In that book, he wrote about devices that could be helpful in a temple and he made a device that could measure specific distances.
Medieval Times: the church used to ask engineers to make clock worked humans and named them as Automatons and these were used to impress the audience present in the church.