Feb 24, 2017

‘The Writer’ Automaton

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

Recently, I saw an article making big deal that a robot can now write. Ok, it only took us 253 years to enhance it a little. Meet the Automaton from Sweden that could write and was designed to look like a young boy. Made in 1774 and still writes today.

We had Automaton that did this since 1774. 1st one was from Sweden and made in 1775.

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