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The Future is still coming, read this instead.
Set in the future where the lines between man and machine have begun to blur, we follow Anjuli O'Connell as she tries to sort out the suicide of her dear friend Roy Croft, as he wishes to live in a semi-immortal state as part of an AI program. While the debate of what will happen to machines and their affect on the human population has been done again and again, Robson presents to us a viewpoint that we might have overlooked the first time through. Giving a much needed human element, this promises to be an interesting read that will hold your attention more than one of those philosophy textbooks you find lying around. I won't say it's the best book I've read so far, but it is certainly one worth checking out.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 11, 2009
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