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A month ago Edited: A month ago, prashantakerkar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robot

Can Robots be Water proof resistant?

Can Robots be deployed in Oceans, Seas, Rivers, Lakes, Swimming pools for performing work?

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Thanks.

Can Robots swim similar to Humans in different Swimming categories of Olympics games?

Lane1 - Robot1 - Country1
Lane2 - Robot2 - Country2
Lane3 - Robot3 - Country3
Lane4 - Robot4 - Country4
Lane5 - Robot5 - Country5
Lane6 - Robot6 - Country6
Lane7 - Robot7 - Country7
Lane8 - Robot8 - Country8

Which Robot wins the Gold, Silver or Bronze medal in different Swimming categories of the Olympics games?

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As long as the circutuary is protected where the flow of electrons are not disrupted, it is possible.



You've got to check this out! This company specializes in making robots that are similar to humans. They've almost mastered the walking motion. The problem with swimming bots is weight; aluminum will not float in water, especially if it has a lithium ion battery pack.
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Thanks.

So if Lightweight Robots are designed & constructed, they can swim in water.

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Cool video, I've seen that before Upwards Arrow

So if Lightweight Robots are designed & constructed, they can swim in water.

Yes, but I don't see that happening given that metal is heavy, and so are lithium ion batteries.
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Thanks.

So we have to evaluate Light weight metals & Different types of Lightweight Batteries for achieving Swimming Robots.

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Thanks. So we have to evaluate Light weight metals & Different types of Lightweight Batteries for achieving Swimming Robots. Thanks & Regards, Prashant S Akerkar

Only then is it possible.

Mind you, boats and submarines are also considered "robots". They don't function without a pilot, but they still fit the category of robots/machines.

What's your definition of robot?
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