Rust by Joseph E. Kelleam:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Humans are extinct in this short story, detailing the activities of the last three robots on earth. Read it here.


(Rust, the robot by Joseph Killeam)

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Killer Robot - very early reference
An autonomous robot made for the express purpose of killing living creatures.

Solar-Powered Robot
A robot powered by sunlight.

Visual Pattern Recognition
A robot's ability to respond to programmed visual stimulus

 

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