I, Robot by Isaac Asimov – review

Can you imagine living in a world where the sight of human-like robots roaming the streets isn’t unusual? That might be a world we’re going to have to adapt to soon. Science-fiction author Isaac Asimov expresses the benefits and flaws of such a fascinating world in his 1942 short story collection I, Robot. Considering that the robots in Asimov’s novel have a high level of intelligence, who do you think should dictate in the future: man or machine? Or are they equals? Well, the human beings in the stories ensure that the robots are for specific work only, and that mankind will not become subordinates of the thinking automatons. Thus, the robots are bound by the Three Laws of Robotics: 1. A robot may not injure a human being or,…

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