I, Robot: Short Stories
A human being is a soft, weak creature. It needs constant supplies of air, water, and food; it has to spend a third of its life asleep, and it can't work if the temperature is too hot or too cold. But a robot is made of strong metal. It uses electrical energy directly, never sleeps, and can work in any temperature. It is stronger, more efficient - and sometimes more human than human beings. Isaac Asimov was one of the greatest science-fiction writers, and these short stories give us an unforgettable and terrifying vision of the future.
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Review: I, Robot (Robot 0.1)User Review - Poupou - Goodreads
The ending majes ne give it a 4 instead of a 3. But very giod entry book in the robot world. Not too hard to folliw and i liked the historical and paychological approach of the story. Would recommend Read full review
Review: I, Robot (Robot 0.1)User Review - Jacob - Goodreads
Although this is getting the same rating I gave The Caves of Steel, I liked that one better. This is a book of essentially short stories about robots with a framework to weave them together. The ... Read full review