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Nanorobotics (10-9 meters)

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Introduction to “What is Robotics” 3 Laws of Robotics A shift from Microprocessor computing Designing and a Mechanical View of nanorobots Bio Equivalence of Mechanical Robotics Advantages vs. Disadvantages Future of Nanorobots Nanorobotics: An Overview

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Isaac Asimov: Laws of Robotics 1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. 2. A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. 3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

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Forget about the electrical microprocessor that uses a microchip powered by transistors Processors: Biochip Nubots (Nucleic Acid Nanorobots) Bacteria Based Present Nanorobotics No artificial non-biological nanorobots have yet been created, it (mechanically) remains a hypothetical concept. What this really says is this….

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Molecular sorting rotors Propeller Fins Sensors Consists of…. Nanorobot Design

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Schematic of a Molecular tweezer based molecular switch or pH sensor which relies on the change in formation at low pH. pH 7 (our equivalence of 1 in binary) peptide is in compact configuration and ions have access to gold substrate Low pH (binary equivalence of 0) peptide is in open configuration and access of the ions is blocked by designate layers, resulting in reduced conductivity Replacing Transistors in Nanorobots

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Mrs Herbert’s Class’s Future!

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Nanobots Flowing Through a Blood Vessel Future Nanorobotics