the water clock was made by the Egyptians, and it was the first "robot"
Greece had adopted the water clock, and now a mathematician called Archytas created the pigeon, and it worked similarly to a bottle rocket
da Vinci had created an endoskeleton that could fit inside a suit of armor the robot could sit, stand, and move its arms using pulleys and cables
a man named Jacques de Vaucanson built three different automations the first one could play the flute, the second could play the tambourine, drum, and flute, and gthe third was a duck
the first robot was made by a man called George Devol it was fully programmable, and it looked more like an arm than a robot much like the ones you'll see car assembly places
Boston dynamics made spot to be used as a more intelligent and stronger version of a dog
Boston Dynamics, a company most known for its robots, built atlas to basically be a test dummy to see the limits of a real human
the robot Sophia was an attempt to create a humanoid robot