From fiction to fact

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The word "Robot" comes from a 1920's play titled R.U.R., by Karel Čapek, a Czech writer. The story centers around living creatures made of artificial flesh, rather than machinery, assembled in a factory. "Robot" quickly replaced older words, like "automaton", in science fiction.

From fiction to fact

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The word "Robot" comes from a 1920's play titled R.U.R., by Karel Čapek, a Czech writer. The story centers around living creatures made of artificial flesh, rather than machinery, assembled in a factory. "Robot" quickly replaced older words, like "automaton", in science fiction.

From fiction to fact

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The word "Robot" comes from a 1920's play titled R.U.R., by Karel Čapek, a Czech writer. The story centers around living creatures made of artificial flesh, rather than machinery, assembled in a factory. "Robot" quickly replaced older words, like "automaton", in science fiction.

From fiction to fact

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The word "Robot" comes from a 1920's play titled R.U.R., by Karel Čapek, a Czech writer. The story centers around living creatures made of artificial flesh, rather than machinery, assembled in a factory. "Robot" quickly replaced older words, like "automaton", in science fiction.