I'm wondering how the usage of "robotic" differs that of "roboticized". In particular, urban dictionary says the latter means transitioned from a non-robotic to a robotic state. So, I feel if something is "robotic", a robot had been attached to it from scratch. However, if something is "roboticized", it had been initially created like a manual entity, and the robot part is latter added to it. Then, I also checked the "roboticized" entry of lexico, in which it is defined as a science fiction term. So, I am not sure whether it would be a right choice for scientific literature. Interestingly, Ngram Viewer depicts zero usage of "roboticized" after 2012.
So, the two-fold question is what the difference between these two are, and whether or not "roboticized" is obsolete.