Dangerous Reality

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Corgi Books, 2004 - Artificial intelligence - 192 pages
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'This is the story of Mum's latest miracle - VIMS - and how it almost got me killed . . .' VIMS - the Virtual Interactive Mobile System - is the creation of Dominic's scientist mum. And it's amazing. An artificial intelligence masterpiece controlled by a single glove and a special pair of glasses, it can disarm a car bomb, search through underground pipes - or hold a baby . . . But then VIMS attacks violently and without warning, and Dominic realizes it is no longer a fantastic game.

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My 10-year-old son says that this is one of the best books he has ever read. For sure, it's the first time I've ever seen him choose, of his own volition, book over iPad! He read the 200-odd pages over just a couple of days, in I suppose about 2 hours. Thank you, Malorie Blackman! Read full review

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Malorie Blackman est nee a Londres en 1962. D'abord ingenieur informatique, elle devient rapidement auteur a temps plein, a la suite du succes de son premier roman, Hacker, qui rafle a sa sortie en 1994 les principaux prix de litterature jeunesse en Angleterre. Depuis, elle est devenue un auteur majeur de litterature jeunesse en Angleterre.

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