I, RobotBook - 2008
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what happens when artificial intelligence out-thinks the human race and decides we are obsolete? Find out in this futuristic tale.
1950 -- Asimov revolutionized science fiction with "I, Robot." Wanting more romantic fare? Try Shute's "A Town Like Alice." For the history lover, we suggest Gombrich's "Story of Art"
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,,, Byerley turned to the woman, who still regarded him expressionlessly. “Pardon me. I’ve caught your name correctly, haven’t I? Dr. Susan Calvin?”
“Yes, Mr. Byerley.”
“You’re the U.S. Robots’ psychologist, aren’t you?”
“Oh, are robots so different from men, mentally?”
“Worlds different.” She allows herself a frosty smile, “Robots are essentially decent.” (p. 178)
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