robotization

noun
ro·​bot·​i·​za·​tion | \ˌrō-ˌbä-tə-ˈzā-shən, -bə-\

Definition of robotization 

2 : the process of turning a human being into a robot

Examples of robotization in a Sentence

on account of robotization, no human need come into direct contact with the hazardous material

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The main objectives of Japan’s robotization are economic reinvigoration, cultural branding and international demonstration. Mateja Kovacic, Smithsonian, "What Will the Automated City of the Future Look Like?," 10 Apr. 2018 For El Alami, the ever-growing competition for the ultra-fast delivery of goods will speed up the emergence of robotization as the only means to capture more profitable revenue. Rodrigo Orihuela, Bloomberg.com, "Forget Cars, for One Spaniard the Autonomous Future Is Forklifts," 30 June 2017

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First Known Use of robotization

1927, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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