One thousand years ago, visionary entrepreneur and notorious playboy Addon Deus brought to life his most important creation: the robots. He taught them to think and to feel and to be self-aware, just like humans. You know. The robots. Exactly. At the same time, the humans were bringing about their own apocalypse because, well...they just couldn’t stop themselves.
So, Addon hatched a plan: let humanity die off, climb into a futuristic sleep chamber for a 1000 years, program the robots to terraform the planet Cur back into an organic paradise, and reawaken to begin anew in a fresh garden.
One thousand years later, the robots have fulfilled their creator’s plan. A futuristic, organic paradise awaits Addon for when he awakens, along with some new nifty tricks like intergalactic travel. But after toiling for so long and hard, the robots have developed uncontrollable glitches that threaten their ability to perform even the most basic task of remaining "on".
Will Addon re-awaken to write new programs and save the robots? If so, will he be pleased with their work? And just how much of a playboy is this Addon Deus, anyway? Find out about all of this and more in the piece of astounding science fiction I, Human.