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VINT CERF "signed" authentic photo - Inventor Father Of The Internet.

VINT CERF "signed" authentic photo - Inventor Father Of The Internet.

Celebrity year book pictures, rock stars-Sorry it's such a long picture but so funny :)

Celebrity year book pictures, rock stars-Sorry it's such a long picture but so funny :)

Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson on Jan. 1, 1990 - The Breakfast Club

Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson on Jan. 1, 1990 - The Breakfast Club

# 1 historical reference: the first humanoid robot, invented in the 1920

# 1 historical reference: the first humanoid robot, invented in the 1920

We'd even be able to socialise with them. | 24 Visions Of The Future That Never Came To Pass

24 Visions Of The Future That Never Came To Pass

We'd even be able to socialise with them. | 24 Visions Of The Future That Never Came To Pass

Tom Frisina with a TOPO model personal robot, 1983. The robot was designed by Androbot Inc. to perform every day tasks around the house. TOPO did not contain an internal microprocessor and could receive commands through an external PC such as an Apple II. TOPO retailed for $795 and sold approximately 1,000 copies before it was replaced by the BOB in 1984.

Tom Frisina with a TOPO model personal robot, 1983. The robot was designed by Androbot Inc. to perform every day tasks around the house. TOPO did not contain an internal microprocessor and could receive commands through an external PC such as an Apple II. TOPO retailed for $795 and sold approximately 1,000 copies before it was replaced by the BOB in 1984.

Teen comedy auteur John Hughes, seen here with the cast of "The Breakfast Club," conceived the film as the first in a series, with characters to be revisited every 10 years or so. Among the reasons this never happened: The ...

The first truly modern robot, digitally operated and programmable, was invented by George Devol in 1954 and was ultimately called the Unimate. Devol sold the first Unimate to General Motors in 1960, and it was installed in 1961 in a plant in Trenton, New Jersey to lift hot pieces of metal from a die casting machine and stack them.Devol’s patent for the first digitally operated programmable robotic arm represents the foundation of the modern robotics industry

The first truly modern robot, digitally operated and programmable, was invented by George Devol in 1954 and was ultimately called the Unimate. Devol sold the first Unimate to General Motors in 1960, and it was installed in 1961 in a plant in Trenton, New Jersey to lift hot pieces of metal from a die casting machine and stack them.Devol’s patent for the first digitally operated programmable robotic arm represents the foundation of the modern robotics industry

From 1966 through 1972, the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International (then Stanford Research Institute) conducted research on a mobile robot system nicknamed “Shakey.”

From 1966 through 1972, the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International (then Stanford Research Institute) conducted research on a mobile robot system nicknamed “Shakey.”

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