I, Robot Book Report
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The stories in this book are told by a woman named Susan Caldwell during an interview on Earth. However, most of the occurrences in the stories are in outer space and on Mercury.
Donovan and Powell are sent to space stations on other planets to observe newly designed robots and their behaviors while performing tasks.Robots begin making decisions for themselves and others.
Susan CaldwellAlfred LanningPeter BogertGregory PowellMichael DonovanMr. QuinnStephen Byerley
Robots are taking matters into their own hands and are deciding what is best for humans in order to not harm them.
Mr. Quinn believes and tries to throw off the election by stating that Stephen Byerley was a robot. However, he had no proof.
A problem is submitted to the Brain robot and it creates a spaceship. Donovan and Powell explore the ship and go on an unexpected journey.
A robot with no sense of the first law of robotics annoys a worker and is told to lose himself, so it sends the crew on a goose chase.
THE THREE LAWS OF ROBOTICS1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
Name: .Natasha Bailey...... Date: .29 October 2013......
On another project, Donovan and Powell oversee a robot they created themselves; however, Cutie questions his creation and purpose.
Donovan and Powell are on Mercury, assigned to oversee a robot named Speedy that goes crazy while collecting deposits of selenium.
Robbie is a house robot in charge of his master's child, Gloria. He is taken away when her mother finds him dangerous, but he later returns.
Even though Goodreads rated this bookfour stars out of five, I will give it five. It did take me a little bit to get into the story, I will admit. I had watched the movie and was expecting the two to besimilar; however, they were not. One must have a basic understanding of the periodic table and an appreciationfor technology in order to know whatthe characters talk about. This is also needed to understand the plot of the story. Thankfully, I have both. My appreciation for technology helped me enjoy this book even more.
Are you a teen or adult who enjoys science and technology? Then this is the book for you!
Herbie is a more advanced robot that can read people's minds. It tells people what they want to hear so that he does not harm them.
Once again Donovan and Powell are in charge of an expedition that goes wrong when the robot in control of six others panics and ignores orders.
CATCH THAT RABBIT
LITTLE LOST ROBOT
THE EVITABLE CONFLICT