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What's the difference between a robot and a machine?


 

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    William Grant (swordsbane) 5 years ago

    Machines are not necessarily electronic devices.

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    dxnworks 5 years ago

    good definetion, thanks Connorj

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    William Grant (swordsbane) 5 years ago

    All robots are machines, but not all machines are robots. Robots function without direct input from an operator.