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Paperback, Phantastische Bibliothek Band 175
Published 1981 by Suhrkamp (first published 1973)
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Nevaeh
Damn good book. Probably one of those books most people never finish, simply cause it is really not easy, but worth every sentence. You dont need to have the same opinion as the robot who is interviewed, but it is really good to just get a hint at thinking a bit for yourselve and for admiring Lem, if you havent already. ...more
Олена Гриньків
Цей роман Лема належить до тієї категорії його творів, які можна назвати «книгами в книзі». «Голем XIV» нібито має інших авторів і ще навіть очікує свого видання в 2047 році. Проте Лем привідкриває майбутнє, адже з його позицій легше говорити про людину (принаймні про те, що ми про неї думаємо зараз).

Найкращий спосіб сказати про це – протиставити людське нелюдському, що виступає в образі розумного комп’ютера Голема XIV. Основною думкою, яку він висловлює, є припущення, що людина не є вінцем твор
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María José
Este libro tiene una gran premisa, digna de Lem: en el primer cuarto del siglo XXI, se ha conseguido construir varios ordenadores con inteligencia artificial, entre ellos la serie GOLEM, del cual GOLEM XIV es el último. Tras diferentes peripecias que se detallan en el prefacio (escrito por Irving T. Creve, un científico experto en dicha máquina), GOLEM XIV se aparca en alguna sala del MIT, en la cual recibe a científicos y pensadores con los que conversa.

Esta premisa se desperdicia en un libro q
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Juan
No me explico como el creador de los paliducho o del ingeniero cosmogonico y etc tan interesantes y llenos de vida puede escribir un libro tan tedioso. Espere mucho tiempo para encontrar este libro y la verdad resulta dogmático y casi que adoctrinante......
Bindy Apfelkrone
One of the best books to reflect upon ourselves as human beings and explore thoughts about the mind and being rational further.
Kai Schreiber
Schöne Idee, eine künstliche Intelligenz als Zarathustra der Zukunft. Im Detail allerdings überraschend angejahrt; der Gegensatz von reiner Ratio zum Instinkt, die aus der Evolution herausgenommene Computerintelligenz, der allgemeine Fortschrittsglaube.
María
Este se me ha hecho muy, muy cuesta arriba.
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