The cartoon has largely gone ignored, it didn't last that long on Cartoon Network during the 2000's. The cartoon was created by the guy that made School House Rock, hence the similar art style. The story revolves around a robot designed and programmed to live among middle school students. The ending was about Robot Jones starting a robot revolution against humans. The original voice of Robot Jones was provided by a Microsoft program, I believe the 98 or something program. The voice was then changed from a computer/robot program to a human voice actor. The decision was made by CN staff because the robot voice seemed to be too off putting to the viewers. The first season was done with Robot Jone's computer voice, the first season was later redone by Robot Jone's human voice actor.
The characters in Robot Jones involved: a principal that looked like an overweight bald Hitler that served as the comic relief since the story used his fear of robots to its advantage, like in Politics, Principal Madman (the guy that I described) ended up making the front page of the school newspaper because he was crying like a baby.
There was also the math teacher, Mr. McMcMc. He also tries to get the best of Robot Jones, but ends up in a similar position as Principal Madman, the comic relief.
There's also the Yogman Twins, a pair of twin brothers that seek to capture Robot Jones and reprogram him to take over the school.
One of the original season one episodes done with Robot Jones' voice program. He ends up making friends with a vacuum cleaner when he finds himself in a bit of a tiff with one of his human friends. He goes to Gramps Unit for advice, but the advice isn't really all that helpful since Gramps Unit just rambles on about how humans and machines cannot coexist because humans throughout history have exploited them and how machines are superior to humans. So, Robot Jones not wanting to believe his grandpa tries keeping it real with his human friend but things aren't really looking up and Robot Jones wonders if his grandpa was right. He does find a friend in a vacuum cleaner but that "friendship" is quickly soured by the school janitor.