We define a robot as a system that uses sensor-based closed-loop systems to enhance manipulation or analyzing of the physical environment. To us, washing machines, smart doorbells, and even industrial manipulators are machines, not robots, because beyond safety conditions, their manipulation or analysis happens from preset programming or timers, also known as an open-loop system. A robot is like a self-driving car or air conditioner, which improves decision-making based on Lidar, camera, temperature, and other types of sensors. Why is this distinction important? Robots, like our mission statement, are meant to automate labor. While machines do this already, robots can automate 10,000x more jobs, and our marketplace should reflect how autonomous manipulation through sensors has more to offer.