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Essay heading: A brief history of robots
 
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For Shelly, a robot looked like man but had the ability to function like a machine. It was built of human components, which could be held together by nuts and bolts. Shelly also thought that a robot had to be bigger that a regular person and had to have super strength. In 1921, Karel Capek, a czech playwright came up with an intelligent, artificially created person, which he called "robot...
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Karel's play was entitled "Rossum's Universal Robots." The theme of the play was robots controlling humans in society. Although he introduced the idea of robots, Karl Capek was skeptical about how much of an impact robots could have. He rejected all suggestions that a robot could ever replace a human being, or have feelings such as love or rebellion...
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