Robots and robots: what we know so far

When the world was at the dawn of robotics in the 1960s, it was the advent of the Robot Arm and its cousin, the robot arm and leg. 

“You can’t make a robot without a robot arm,” the BBC reported in 1966.

“We have a whole class of robotic arms which are quite sophisticated.”

That meant, in addition to the robot arms and legs, you also had a robot body. 

It meant that the human body could now be a piece of hardware that could be controlled by software. 

In the early 1990s, a British startup called Mouldy Robotics started making these robots in the UK. 

Their products were designed to be a mixture of a humanoid and a mechanical design. 

But their robot arm wasn’t just a body: it was a whole set of software, too. 

Robots can be programmed to perform any task, from hand-washing to opening a bottle of water. 

They can even make the equivalent of a human hand. 

The company Mouldylabs then started selling their robots to other companies in the US and Europe, and their popularity has only grown. 

As a result, there’s been a boom in the development of robots that can be controlled via the internet, via smartphone, and even via a tablet. 

For many years, there was no clear way to connect all these devices together. 

Mouldy started with a simple idea: build a machine that could read the code on a piece, and then program that code to be sent to a robot. 

That’s where the internet comes in. 

To get the internet to work, Mouldymakers used an old technology called ethernet. 

This allowed for a network to be built, and to send packets of data to the robots via ethernet cables. 

A network is a simple set of wires, which connect together in a way that lets you communicate with one another. 

If you’ve ever seen a TV, you might recognise the kind of cable that connects the antenna to the receiver, which looks like a box on the wall. 

Wirelessly, the cables connect to one another and make it possible to wirelessly communicate with a whole bunch of things. 

However, the network can be complicated to use, because the way each cable connects to the other is controlled by a bunch of software. 

 One of the most popular examples of this is Internet of Things (IoT), or IoT. 

Basically, IoT is a bunch