I would like to know the correct usage when referring to the personal experience that belongs to a robot, is it:
- Manifestation of robot's personal experience
- Manifestation of robot personal experience ?
From a simple Google search, the word robot's experience seems to be used frequently. And also robot experience sounds a bit weird to me.
From this website, it is mentioned that apostrophe s is used to show that something belongs to someone or something. But I don't understand why the sentence "Britain’s coastline is very beautiful" is acceptable, but "the door’s handle" is not.
Can anyone give clear explanation about this?