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Jack Dann, Gardner R. Dozois
Ace Books, 2004 - Fiction - 294 pages
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Ten masters of speculative fiction, including Roger Zelazny, Stephen Baxter, Gregory Benford, and Nancy Kress, explore the future of computerized intellect and how humanity will interact with machines that can outthink them--and are learning to outsmart them. Original.

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Not the best collection of science fiction short stories, and probably not the best collection of stories to represent artificial intelligence. Overall the stories felt good, but not great and only ... Read full review



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Jack Dann is a science fiction writer and editor who was born in 1945 in Johnson City, New York, and now lives on a farm in Victoria, Australia. He is a multiple award winning author who has written or edited over 65 books, which have been translated into thirteen languages. His short stories have appeared in major magazines and anthologies including Omni, Asimov's F&SF, Penthouse, and Playboy. His historical fiction novel about Leonardo da Vinci, The Memory Cathedral, won the 1996 Australian Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Novel and was number one on the Age bestseller list. His novella 'Da Vinci Rising', which integrates several sections of The Memory Cathedral with some new material, won the 1996 Nebula Award, making him the first Australian resident to win this award. He has received the Australian Aurealis Award twice, the Ditmar Award three times, and the World Fantasy Award.

Gardner Dozois is a highly esteemed author and Hugo Award-winning editor of several SF anthologies and, for twenty years, Asimov's Science Fiction magazine.

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