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Computer Crimes and Capers
Computer Crimes and Capers
Author: Isaac Asimov, Waugh Greenberg
ISBN-13: 9780897330879
ISBN-10: 0897330870
Publication Date: 12/1983
Pages: 242
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Publisher: Academy Chicago Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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These are classic computer tales!
"Computers, like human beings, can be abused. In some of the stories in this collection, computers have a self-willed life of their own; in others they are ill used and made to commit crimes and other acts of skullduggery which are often chilling and sometimes amusing."
These stories have been written by acknowledged masters of suspense, intrigue and the bizarre; writers whose imaginations have been fuelled by the possibilities inherent in computer technology.
Authors include Gordon Dickson, Poul Anderson, Robert Silverberg, and Isaac Asimov. Included is an intro by Asimov and biographical notes on the authors.