Robot

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Dk Pub, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
6 Reviews
Take a detailed look at the fascinating world of robots - from the earliest single-task machines to the advanced intelligence of robots with feelings. Young readers will be amazed to learn all that robots can do: perform delicate surgical operations, clean city sewers, work as museum tour guides, or even battle each other in combat. Find out how humans have created these mechanical minds and bodies.

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User Review  - Gray .K - Goodreads

Great book, highly recommend this because it shows you the amount of work that has been put into making robots. Most people would say robots are cool but if you understand the working of a robot you could appreciate them even more. If you like nonfiction this is a must read. Read full review

Review: Robot

User Review  - Goodreads

Great book, highly recommend this because it shows you the amount of work that has been put into making robots. Most people would say robots are cool but if you understand the working of a robot you could appreciate them even more. If you like nonfiction this is a must read. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Bridgman studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University in England, and also worked for several years as a graphic designer. After studying electornics, he became a design engineer. He was Curator of Communications at London's Science Museum for over ten years.