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This is required reading for any fan of science fiction.
When Dr. Susan Calvin tries to use the Three Laws to determine whether he's human, she can't tell if he's a robot, or just a "very good man."
With the upcoming I, Robot movie with Will Smith, I figured it was about time to read the book before I ruined it by seeing the movie first.
I Robot, by Isaac Asimov, for those who don’t know was originally a collection of interconnected short stories published in magazines between 1940 and 1950. Read morePublished 4 days ago by adam fenner
Asimov is different than any other writer, in that he is entertaining and somehow richer in his tails than all of the rest. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kyle Wilshusen
When I was younger Asimov never seemed like one of the exciting SF authors. Budrys, Van Vogt, even Heinlein were doing more psychological stuff. Read morePublished 24 days ago by D. Morris
The three laws of robotics are the subject of every substory and it is great. I loved how they played into the problems presented. (My favorite was the mind reading machine.)Published 1 month ago by scapegoat130
What it is: A collection of short stories evaluating the evolution of technology.
What it is not: A story. There is no plot. Read more
After reading the foundation series I became hooked on Asimov and found myself needing more when I finished. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Greco
The book is so different from the movie! I loved the movie but the book has so much more to offer. I personally don't read much science fiction but this was a science fiction book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angela