Robot culture is the human culture that surrounds robotics. The following are illustrative examples.
Fiction & FilmRobots appeared in literature as talking bronze and clay statues as early as 600 BC. In many cases, robot fiction has become reality such as the robot chess-player featured in the 1899 short story Moxon's Master by Ambrose Bierce.
ArtArt featuring robots or created by robots.
MusicRobot themes and aesthetics in music or music composed by robots.
FestivalsSeveral traditional Japanese festivals feature Edo-era automaton known as Karakuri puppets including the Shimohanda Festival in Handa.
GamesPeople and bots often compete in games where people may feel bots have a personality.
HobbyistsThe subcultures surrounding robot enthusiasts such as do-it-yourself robot design and construction.
ProfessionalsThe professional culture of people involved in building or researching robotics.
SocietyThe role that robots play in society. For example, whether or not they pay taxes.
Nascent Robot CultureThe idea that robots will form cultures of their own that are an extension of human culture.
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