Catch That Rabbit by Isaac Asimov:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Enjoyable WWII-era robot story by Asimov; it contains a very early reference to the idea of less capable robots working under the direction of a "boss" robot. Two men are given the disagreeable task of checking up on robots perfectly capable of autonomous work. Odd things happen; what's the explanation? Select an invention:

Asteroid Mining Robot

Multiple Robot Team - a squad plus leader

Robot Voice

 

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