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A computer-controlled robotic device designed to assist a person.
- ‘Within the space of a few years, cobots might revolutionize the manufacturing process as we know it.’
- ‘With the cobot, all the worker will need to do is push or pull the door, and the cobot will guide it.’
- ‘We investigated the movements of seven operators with the cobot in representative environments.’
- ‘Prototype cobots are being used on automobile assembly lines to help guide heavy components like seats and dashboards into cars.’
- ‘A new class of intelligent assist devices - called cobots, a conflation of the words collaborative and robot - are being tested on experimental assembly lines.’
Blend of collaborative and robot.
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