to make automatic.
Isn’t it true that modern technology goes in the direction of automatization?
The Brain Alexander Blade
to make (a process, etc) automatic or (of a process, etc) to be made automatic
1924, noun of action from automatize.
1837, “to make into an automaton;” see automaton + -ize. Meaning “to make automatic” attested by 1952. Related: Automatized; automatizing.
to make automatic. automate. Historical Examples By itself, that was not so very odd—the automatized factory had never had very many persons in it. The Tunnel Under The World Frederik Pohl Certain things must be looked for, certain habits must be formed, certain movements must be automatized. The Science of Human Nature William Henry Pyle […]
a device for recording involuntary bodily movements.
a mechanical figure or contrivance constructed to act as if by its own motive power; robot. a person or animal that acts in a monotonous, routine manner, without active intelligence. something capable of acting automatically or without an external motive force. noun (pl) -tons, -ta (-tə) a mechanical device operating under its own hidden power; […]
- Automatrix, inc.
automatrix, inc. company The company which produced CAM-PC. Address: Ballston Spa, NY, USA. (http://automatrix.com/). (1995-04-21)