from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To convert (a system, for example) to automation by the application of advanced scientific technology.
- transitive v. To make (a person) machinelike, as in giving responses or performing work.
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- v. To give something (or someone) the characteristics of a robot.
- v. To automate.
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Now that many of these houses are in foreclosure, lazy and fraudulent bankers chose to "robotize" themselves by signing documents for court statements without bothering to verify their accuracy.
Repeal the minimum wage, get rid of teachers, explode class sizes, robotize the education system, lower wages and incentives so only to most incompetent would even think about public-sector employment.
Instead, they try to mechanize and robotize unskilled jobs.
Some of them tend to “robotize” their jobs, withdrawing psychologically from the customers and mechanically performing the motions.
To destroy it, robotize it, kill its many personas, make it sterile and plastic, like the little boxes made of ticky-tacky that spell rootless culture, would be a criminal act.
The city of Daegu introduced 29 robot teachers in 19 elementary schools as part of a large-scale project to robotize teaching.
When we started to robotize jobs 30 or so years ago, the handwriting was on the wall.
By 2015, the Pentagon's $230bn arms procurement programme Future Combat Systems (FCS) expects to robotize some fifteen percent of America's armed forces.
So all the whining about the television, the Internet, and the multiple information flows that robotize and consume us makes me laugh.
We can let them think so, which should allow the mutants and specialists to robotize their fleet without interference. "