Machines That Think


Machines That Think

"Machines That Think" is a massive, eclectic compilation of 29 science fiction stories probing the scientific, spiritual, and moral facets of computers and robots and speculating on their future.

Published in 1984 (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston), it features notes by contributor, noted science fiction author, and Three Laws of Robotics creator Isaac Asimov.

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