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People have always wanted to do things in new and better ways, so itâ€™s no surprise that the history of robotics stretches back for over a thousand years. Long before the word â€œrobotâ€ existed inventors were developing automatic methods to complete tasks, imagining thinking machines and simulated people to help them, and inventing machines that could autonomously move and do things.
This robotics timeline is an overview of the important events in robotics history. Take a look and see what weâ€™ve learned from the past. Itâ€™s up to you to invent the future.