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I have read this book several times over the years since it was first released. While the information science in it hasn't necessarily aged well, the writing is fluid, immersive,... Read morePublished 6 days ago by t6star
It is difficult to merge science and literary fiction but Powers always tries hardPublished 2 months ago by David Faris
Gobbledygook! Didn't bother to finish. Too many other books that are worth reading to warrant spending time on this loser.Published 6 months ago by Jane A. Rubey
A fascinating exploration of artificial intelligence and what it means to be conscious.Published 7 months ago by Abby
I picked up GALATEA 2.2 because the book's summary promised a melding of neuro-science and literature in a self-aware computer. What was actually between the covers? Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lori Parker
Overly intellectualized. Would rather read an actual research tract on embodied cognition and a novel about real people with real emotions and relations.Published 17 months ago by Harobed
Power explores the facets of artificial intelligence and its limitations, The peculiarities of self and biology along with a smidgen of hope for the human race.Published 18 months ago by Kirk Rogers Jr.