Should robots make life and death decisions? Teacher and humanitarian, Mishra McKenzie, doesn’t think so.
But the international community is torn as the window to outlaw killer robots closes. Coaxed by her activist friends to help them expose a suspicious robotics project, Mishra doubts whether she can pull it off. Or even if she should try. She believes in human rights for all people, including the target for their actions, Philip Templeton. Philip is a crack coder working for the Australian military. He’s awkward, obsessive and disconcertingly sweet.
Hurt one man or endanger the many? Mishra has to decide what’s right and live with the consequences.