Robots

HELLO FRIENDS ,MY NAME IS ANSH FROM OIST(ORCHID THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL THANE) 5 D .

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF INFORMATION.

TODAY YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN ABOUT robots

SO LETS BEGAN:

A robot is a machine that does tasks without the help of a person. Many people think of robots as machines that look and act like people. Most robots, though, do not look like people. And robots do only what a person has built them to do.

Most robots are computer-controlled devices with many parts. An industrial robot, for example, is an arm like machine that can turn at several joints. It has a hand like part to grasp and hold things. Motors move the parts.

Some robots can be “taught” to do a job. For example, a person might guide an industrial robot through the movements needed to do something. Sensors on the robot send signals about the movements to the computer.

Most industrial robots are used in factories. Some robots load, move, and unload materials. Others are used on assembly lines to help build things such as cars and appliances.

Robots are especially useful because they can do things that could be dangerous for people. For example, they can be sent deep underwater or into space. Robots can also handle dangerous materials such as radioactive waste or harmful chemicals.

Writings from ancient Greece and China tell of toys called automatons, which were like robots. They were set in motion by steam, air, water, or falling weights. In the late 1700s and early 1800s complex automatons could play music or write with a pen on paper. During this time people also built machines to help do certain kinds of work. Modern robots only came about after computers were invented. With computers, people could program robots…