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This paper consists of detailed information about the robot's device and system. As everyone knows, how artificial intelligence is growing in the market and the market is getting totally dependent on artificial intelligence for doing the complex tasks. Robotics is a most famous branch in the field of engineering and sciences where every engineer is taking keen interest to make a robot which can do a certain task and can give appropriate results for the given task. Every engineer is trying to make a robot with 0% error which is quite impossible as the technology is increasing. We can think about it but still 0%  does not mean that it will not have any point of error but it means it will give you the correct answer for every question without any doubt. Show its uses its detailed information how it works and how it senses working all is signified in this paper which will be enough for getting and good information about robotics and devices along with the system of robots.

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Alex sergevich, “THE NEW ERA OF ROBOTICS: DEVICES AND SYSTEMS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 5, Mar. 2018.

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