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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson
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Jul 12, 11

bookshelves: mysteries-thrillers, scifi-fantasy, daniel-wilson, robots-robotics
Read in July, 2011

The world is our world, in the very near future. Scientists have created robots that do the tasks people find onerous or too risky; like cooking and cleaning, shopping, running errands, going into risky situations during skirmishes, etc. Robots have become pervasive in everyday life, are very helpful and have been programmed with a “do no harm” rule that overrides everything. It’s inconceivable that a robot might harm anyone or anything, anymore than we would think our Roombas, or our computers or Smartphones might reach out and harm us. To read the rest of my review, go to http://popcornreads.com/?p=1222
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