This Month in Smart History: Robots and related media

This Month in Smart History: Robots (3:15)

In this History Channel video clip we see how the ideas of robots first came into being. Da Vinci was the first person to build anything that resembled the modern robots. Robots have become much more advanced with computers and electricity.

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