tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE's Reviews > I, Robot
My friends have probably figured out by now that I'm systematically going thru my entire library to try to list every bk I've read. This'll amt to well over 3,000. At least. Then I have to remember the ones that AREN'T in my library. That's at least another few hundred. Why? I'm curious. Don't even get me started on magazines, album liner notes, etc.. Anyway, that aside, "I, Robot" & Issac Asimov - Asimov is probably still the author w/ the most bks credited to him in the Books in Print reference. He's been quoted as being proud of his commercial success. As such, one might think that he's an arch-nemesis of mine. But, no, I liked this bk. It's important if only for the 3 Laws of Robotics that I've cited in the bk description. Those have spread & will probably form a basis for something factual. If they haven't already. The IAA (Institute for Applied Autonomy) already referred to them at a wonderful guerrilla action at a DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) event. Go get 'em fellers!
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