Joseph E. Kelleam:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Joseph Everidge Kelleam (1913-1975) was an American writer and civil servant, an occasional contributor to the science fiction field since publishing his first story, "Rust" (October 1939 Astounding). His last story was published in 1966.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

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

Rust (1939)

Solar-Powered Robot
A robot powered by sunlight.

Rust (1939)

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

Rust (1939)

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