The Inhabitars

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Descripción editorial

The year is 2,046. And an epidemic of mental illness, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress, and even loneliness, the demand for high-quality, lifelike social robots is at an all-time high.
Therefore, a company called Bezon Technologies, Inc., is in a hurry to produce the most advanced social robots ever developed. To carry out such a task, the greedy founder and CEO of the company will do anything it takes to be the first to create them. Therefore, the corporation requires someone with the skills and to achieve this. He pursues hiring a brilliant computer programmer named Aaron A. Masters to carry out this task.
The robots they develop end up their own awareness. And because of this, people tell the difference between and .
Part of the programming required to produce robots like this is to load as much information about the human species as possible into its memory.
And a substantial part of the information includes, but not limited to, human emotions like sadness, depression, happiness, joy, anger, honesty, and how to lie and be deceitful.
 

GÉNERO
Ficción y literatura
PUBLICADO
2019
5 de octubre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
191
Páginas
EDITORIAL
James M. Brand
VENTAS
Draft2Digital, LLC
TAMAÑO
432
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