I Robot Author:Isaac Asimov This version copyright 1950. — Long out of print and in great demand, here again is the famous science fiction classic. — "To you, a robot is a robot. Gears and Metal; Electricity and positrons. - Mind and iron! Human-made! If necessary, human-destroyed. But you haven't worked with them, so you don't know them. They're a cleaner, better bree... more »d than we are." -- Dr. Susan Calvin, 2057 A.D.
In a brilliant, chilling series of nine related short stories, the author chronicles robot development from its crude mid-twentieth century beginnings to a state of such perfection that a hundred years later, robtos are running man's world for his own good. Dr. Asimov has endowed his mechanical creations with disarmingly human personalities - from Robbie, the beloved, mute nursemad of an eight-year-old girl, to Stephen Byerley, who was elected first World Co-ordinator.« less