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Science Fiction Thinking Machines

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Published September 28th 1954 by Vanguard Press (first published September 1954)
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This book contains stories that proved more influential to my concept of artificial intelligence than nearly any other single work to date. Of course, R.U.R. the play that coined the term "robot" is included, as well as the "Automata" trilogy and "Moxon's Master." Well worth the time spent.
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Groff Conklin (September 6, 1904, Glen Ridge, New Jersey - July 19, 1968, Pawling, New York) was a leading science fiction anthologist. Born Edward Groff Conklin, he edited 41 anthologies of science fiction, wrote books on home improvement and was a freelance writer on scientific subjects. From 1950 to 1955, he was the book critic for Galaxy Science Fiction.

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