They're on a sidewalk, in cafes, in shopping malls, and they may be taking videos of you, delivering your lunch, or trying to direct you to the right counter. If you haven't interacted with a robot yet, it may not be long.
The moonwalk 50 years ago made two men, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, very famous. But it took hundreds of thousands of engineers, scientists and technicians to get them there. We take a look at how the Bay Area's NASA research center helped drive the moonshot.