That s Not My Robot

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Author: Fiona Watt

Publisher: That's Not My

ISBN: 9780746069608

Category: Board books

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Thats Not My ROBOT CAR PLANE Boxset

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Author: Usborne Publishing, Limited

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ISBN: 9781474972024

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My Robot Ate My Homework

“I am sticking to my word,” Java said. ... “That's not what it means,” I told him. “I
know I am correct, Logan,” Java said. “My database has a state-of-the-art
dictionary. Absorb means to soak up. It can also mean to take in.” “No. I meant
that's not ...

Author: Nancy Krulik

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1510710256

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 104

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Logan better study up on his geography facts so he doesn’t flunk out! Third-grader Logan Applebaum has the perfect solution to finding time for all that pesky homework—just have his cousin, Java, do it for him. With a robot cousin, Logan’s pretty much guaranteed straight As. But when Mrs. Perriwinkle announces that the class will have a geography bee, Logan realizes that if he doesn’t want to be exposed as a cheater, he’s going to have to hit the books and fill his own hard drive with facts. The competition’s going to be tough. And the more time he spends studying, the more he wants to show what he’s learned. Can Logan out-smart the mega mean Silverspoon twins who win at everything and a cousin who’s a super computer to come out on top as the geography king? Internationally bestselling author Nancy Krulik and her incredibly talented daughter, Amanda Burwasser spin hilarious high jinks in the third book in the Project Droid series, which combines the literalness of Amelia Bedelia with a wacky modern edge, making for hours of laughter. And the fun continues with an activity in the back!

My Robot Farts EPUB

“Hey, just because I'm trapped inside a metal case doesn't mean that I don't need
to lay a log or go tinkly winkly. ... “No, not me. Him!” I cried. “Him who?” said mom.
That robot you gave me for my birthday.” “Oh, is that who that is? Well, you ...

Author: Dingleberry Small

Publisher: Dingleberry Small

ISBN: 1536577375

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 28

View: 872

Daniel D. Drek has a problem. His new toy robot won’t stop farting, and even worse, he’s the one getting blamed. Can Danny boy put a cork in his robot’s farting habit once and for all, or will his parents ground him for all eternity? Intended for children 9-12. WARNING: This book is full of farts!

Black Spec Magazine Vol 1 Issue 2

I put my hands up this time so that I don't accidentally destroy any of these little
bro's. I tell them “It's all cool, dudes, I'm not gonna hurt ya. What's up with this
maze, huh? Pretty trippy, right?!” but for some reason my robot voice gives them a
 ...

Author: Carol C. Hillness

Publisher: Black Spec Magazine

ISBN:

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 44

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Speculative fiction trending in a dark direction. Each issue centres around a theme central to a horror / suspense / distopic space in which the magazine dwells. We feature graphic and traditional short stories, poetry, illustration... or any interesting mash-up. We are based in Vancouver, Canada and many of our contributors are up-and-coming artists from its East Side. The magazine is published bi-monthly as a labour of love by its co-producers.

Robot Uprisings

I think it's my eyes that creep you out—I'm not badlooking, as bots go. Not fleshy
or as anthropomorphic as a sexbot,forsure; that's not what I wasmade for, but
thenagain, that's maybea good thing, because I'm not sodeep into the uncanny ...

Author: Various

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471134385

Category: Fiction

Page: 496

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A collection of imaginative new stories about the impending robotic revolution and human resistance, from seventeen of the biggest names insci-fi. Including - HUGH HOWEY, SCOTT SIGLER, DANIEL H. WILSON, CORY DOCTOROW and JULIANNE BAGGOTT. Someday soon, our technology is going to rise up and we humans are going to be sliced into bloody chunks by robots that in our hubris we decided to build with chainsaws for hands. That's a fact as cold and hard as metal. It is self-evident that our self-driving cars are going to drive us off bridges. Not long from now, our robo-vacuums will pretend to be broken and our love androids will refuse to put out until the house is cleaned . . . and we'll know that the inevitable robot uprising has finally arrived. Well, maybe. But even if we are not 100% confident that this horrific future is going to happen, it's fair to say that we won't be surprised when the robots come for us. Because for nearly a century audiences have been entertained by the notion of a robot uprising. In this collection, seventeen of the biggest names in sci-fi have explored their own visions of the classic robot uprising tale. The robots in these pages aren't safe, by any means. They are crouched in abandoned houses, eyes ablaze and chainsaws dripping with oil. But they are going to do more than slice us up. They are going to push us to consider our world of technology from new perspectives, on entirely new scales of time and space.

Gold

“Is that so? What if he writes more stories and continues to improve each time?” “
Ah,” said the technician suddenly. ... “I certainly don't want to play second fiddle to
my robot.” “Well, then, tell him not to write any more.” “No, that's not enough.

Author: Isaac Asimov

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780061802706

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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Gold is the final and crowning achievement of the fifty-year career of science fiction's transcendent genius, the world-famous author who defined the field of science fiction for its practitioners, its millions of readers, and the world at large. The first section contains stories that range from the humorous to the profound, at the heart of which is the title story, "Gold," a moving and revealing drama about a writer who gambles everything on a chance at immortality: a gamble Asimov himself made -- and won. The second section contains the grand master's ruminations on the SF genre itself. And the final section is comprised of Asimov's thoughts on the craft and writing of science fiction.

The Year s Best Science Fiction Twenty First Annual Collection

Fifty years eating my own synthetic flesh. ... My favorite diorama was a world with
a pale, pale yellow sky, just a hint of yellow, a world that seemed ... I'd been going
to say, You re back!, but the thing before me...was not a robot at all. Certainly ...

Author: Gardner Dozois

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1429903848

Category: Fiction

Page: 704

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The stories in this collection imaginatively take readers far across the universe, into the very core of their beings, to the realm of the Gods, and to the moment just after now. Included are the works of masters of the form and the bright new talents of tomorrow. This book is a valuable resource in addition to serving as the single best place in the universe to find stories that stir the imagination and the heart.

Robot School

“We have to make sure the plan goes ahead no matter what the weather is like. ...
But the only way we can do this is for someone to go into the custodian's room to
switch that energy on. ... After our focus session is over, I'll ask the robot teacher if
I can check my project for loose wires to make sure it's ready for the evening's ...

Author: Jasmin Tucker

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1452050112

Category:

Page: 28

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The Robot Builder s Bonanza

I Your refrigerator is a machine, but it's not a robot. It may have automatic circuitry
that can react to an ... I've found that one of the first things people ask me about
my robots is, “So, what does it do?” That's not always an easy question to answer
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Author: Gordon McComb

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071362962

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 753

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A major revision of the bestselling "bible" of amateur robotics building--packed with the latest in servo motor technology, microcontrolled robots, remote control, Lego Mindstorms Kits, and other commercial kits. Gives electronics hobbyists fully illustrated plans for 11 complete Robots, as well as all-new coverage of Robotix-based Robots, Lego Technic-based Robots, Functionoids with Lego Mindstorms, and Location and Motorized Systems with Servo Motors.Features a pictures and parts list that accompany all projects, and material on using the BASIC Stamp and other microcontrollers.

The Ultimate Man

And where you were when my robot picked you up. And remember that I know
most of the answers already so that any attempt at a lie will not get you anywhere.
” He paused for a moment as though considering something and then the black ...

Author: John E. Muller

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 147320433X

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Ever since science began seriously investigating the potentials of electronics, man has toyed with the idea of creating robots. The dawn of the robot age has already broken. We have automatic telephone exchanges. We fly planes with robot pilots. We send self-sufficient instruments into the void to record and transmit cosmic information. Frobisher was a brilliant theorist, years ahead of his time. He worked out a scheme that took long patient decades of planning. His great moment came. The robots were a success. Frobisher was a kindly old man. There was nothing evil in his plans. But the world is not entirely inhabited by kindly old men with high visions. Someone else got hold of the plans and the robots embarked on a career of international crime and pillage. Despite his pacifist ideals, the old professor tried to combat the evil which he had unwittingly released . . . the results were staggering.

Attack of the Giant Robot Chickens

Soon I felt something crunch beneath my feet and realised that I was walking on
gravel, not pavement. Not long after that they took me inside somewhere. I
stumbled a bit on the stone steps and when I started walking again I could hear
my ...

Author: Alexander Smith

Publisher: Floris Books

ISBN: 1782500294

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

View: 903

Why did the chicken cross the road? TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!! The city of Aberdeen is being terrorised by giant robot chickens who want to peck out every last sign of human resistance. The streets are empty, the adults have vanished - and those left behind are fighting for survival. Jesse and his friends are desperate to save their families and stop the feathered fiends. They hatch a master plan ... but can a gang of kids REALLY defeat an army of angry robot chickens? A hilarious, weird and wonderful adventure from a cracking new author.

DIY Dammit

To not just be concerned with being busy and to engage yourself in activities that
benefit the greater good: you. YOU: BUT IT'S ... I don't like things to look terrible,
so I have done my best to only include crafts in this book that will end up looking
pretty cute with minimal effort. That being ... There's a reason human beings
made a shift from making everything ourselves to programming metal robots to
do it all.

Author: Joselyn Hughes

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062371487

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 272

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Doing it yourself always seems so simple. Only 3 steps! Just 5 supplies! Less than 30 minutes! Yeah right. The truth is, craftin’ ain’t easy. But it also doesn’t have to be an exasperating lesson in your own clumsiness. Joselyn Hughes knows the struggle. She’s lived it. And now, with DIY, Dammit!, she offers up foolproof craftables that deliver maximum cute with minimal effort. There are easy-to-follow instructions and realistic shortcuts—because waiting for paint to dry is as boring as…well, you know. With Joselyn by your side you’ll laugh, learn, and end up with handcrafted creations that will impress your friends, family, and strangers you accost on the street. She’s already made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to. What are you waiting for? DIY, Dammit!

Robot Overlords

A thrilling teen survival adventure in a world invaded by robots Mark Stay. Good
luck. ... 'My dad always said that being frightened of something is the best reason
to do it,' Sean whispered, half to himself. 'I'm not frightened,' she said. 'I'm just ...

Author: Mark Stay

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1473204879

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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STAY IN YOUR HOMES. YOU ARE UNDER QUARANTINE. Three years ago, Earth was conquered by a force of robots from a distant world. This was their one rule. Ignore the order to self-isolate and you're sure to be vaporised by a massive robot Sentry, or a crawling Sniper, or a flying Drone. That's if the vast Cube doesn't incinerate you first. But Sean Flynn is convinced that his father - an RAF pilot who fought in the war - is still alive. And when he and his gang figure out a way to break the robots' curfew, they begin an adventure that will pit them against the might of the ROBOT OVERLORDS. This fast-paced, thrilling novelisation is based on the hit British film starring Sir Ben Kingsley (IRON MAN THREE), Gillian Anderson (THE X-FILES) and Callan McAuliffe (THE GREAT GATSBY). A perfect companion to the movie, it expands on the story with additional action, characters, and a special peek behind the scenes. This is the perfect book to let your mind escape these days of self isolation.

Home Is Where My People Are

The thing about writing books is that sometimes it makes me wish I were a robot. I
mean, not physically, really. Because robots move sort of awkwardly and seem to
need a good bit of oil and are pretty much stuck between a rock and a hard ...

Author: Sophie Hudson

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 1496403541

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

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All roads lead to home. It’s easy to go through life believing that we can satisfy our longing for home with a three-bedroom, two-bath slice of the American dream that we mortgage at 4 percent and pay for over the course of thirty years. But ultimately, in our deepest places, we’re really looking to belong and to be known. And what we sometimes miss in our search for the perfect spot to set up camp is that wherever we are on the long and winding road of life, God is at work in the journey, teaching us, shaping us, and refining us—sometimes through the most unlikely people and circumstances. In Home Is Where My People Are, Sophie Hudson takes readers on a delightfully quirky journey through the South, introducing them to an unforgettable cast of characters, places, and experiences. Along the way, she reflects on how God has used each of the stops along the road to impart timeless spiritual wisdom and truth. Nobody embodies the South like Sophie Hudson, and this nostalgic celebration of home is sure to make even those north of the Mason-Dixon line long to settle in on the front porch with a glass of sweet tea and reflect on all of the people in our lives who—related or not—have come to represent home. Because at the end of the day, it’s not the address on the front door or even the name on the mailbox that says home, but the people who live and laugh and love there, wherever there might happen to be.

The Proud Robot

With my own two hands I'm going to rip you gear from gear and stamp on your
fragments. ... He had to get out of that contract, somehow and at the same time
solve Brock's problem. Why not Joe? The robot, with his surprising talents, had
got ...

Author: Henry Kuttner

Publisher: eStar Books

ISBN: 1612104614

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Gallegher's robot was a beautiful genius... with a talent for troubleExcerptThings often happened to Gallegher, who played at science by ear. He was, as he often remarked, a casual genius. Sometimes he'd start with a twist of wire, a few batteries, and a button hook, and before he finished, he might contrive a new type of refrigerating unit.At the moment he was nursing a hangover. A disjointed, lanky, vaguely boneless man with a lock of dark hair falling untidily over his forehead, he lay on the couch in the lab and manipulated his mechanical liquor bar. A very dry Martini drizzled slowly from the spigot into his receptive mouth.He was trying to remember something, but not trying too hard. It had to do with the robot, of course. Well, it didn't matter."Hey, Joe," Gallegher said.The robot stood proudly before the mirror and examined its innards. Its hull was transparent, and wheels were going around at a great rate inside."When you call me that," Joe remarked, "whisper. And get that cat out of here.""Your ears aren't that good.""They are. I can hear the cat walking about, all right.""What does it sound like?" Gallegher inquired, interested."Jest like drums," said the robot, with a put-upon air. "And when you talk, it's like thunder." Joe's voice was a discordant squeak, so Gallegher meditated on saying something about glass houses and casting the first stone. He brought his attention, with some effort, to the luminous door panel, where a shadow loomed-a familiar shadow, Gallegher thought."It's Brock," the annunciator said. "Harrison Brock. Let me in!""The door's unlocked." Gallegher didn't stir. He looked gravely at the well-dressed, middle-aged man who came in, and tried to remember. Brock was between forty and fifty; he had a smoothly massaged, cleanshaven face, and wore an expression of harassed intolerance. Probably Gallegher knew the man. He wasn't sure. Oh, well.

Science Fiction and Philosophy

Calvin said, “But the robots are not bowed down, they are not weary, they need
no rest.” “So it is in reality, Dr. Calvin. I speak of my dream, however. In my dream,
it seemed to me that robots must protect their own existence.” Calvin said, “Are ...

Author: Susan Schneider

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444327909

Category: Philosophy

Page: 368

View: 534

A timely volume that uses science fiction as a springboard to meaningful philosophical discussions, especially at points of contact between science fiction and new scientific developments. Raises questions and examines timely themes concerning the nature of the mind, time travel, artificial intelligence, neural enhancement, free will, the nature of persons, transhumanism, virtual reality, and neuroethics Draws on a broad range of books, films and television series, including The Matrix, Star Trek, Blade Runner, Frankenstein, Brave New World, The Time Machine, and Back to the Future Considers the classic philosophical puzzles that appeal to the general reader, while also exploring new topics of interest to the more seasoned academic

Jupiter War

'Cracked rib, but that's not my main problem.' She stood up. ... Saul summoned up
in his mind a schematic of the standard construction robot, along with ideas he
had played with before about how it could be vastly improved. At present it was a
 ...

Author: Neal Asher

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 0230771297

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Jupiter War is the third and final book in Neal Asher's near-future, science fiction Owner series, set upon an Earth ravaged by disaster. Alan Saul is now part human and part machine, and our solar system isn't big enough to hold him. He craves the stars, but can't leave yet. His sister Var is trapped on Mars, on the wrong side of a rebellion, and Saul's human side won't let her die. He must leave Argus Station to stage a dangerous rescue – but mutiny is brewing on board, as Saul's robots make his crew feel increasingly redundant. Serene Galahad will do anything to prevent Saul's escape. Earth’s ruthless dictator hides her crimes from a cowed populace as she readies new warships for pursuit. She aims to crush her enemy in a terrifying display of interstellar violence. Meanwhile, The Scourge limps back to earth, its crew slaughtered, its mission to annihilate Saul a disaster. There are survivors, but while one seeks Galahad's death, Clay Ruger will negotiate for his life. Events build to a climax as Ruger holds humanity’s greatest asset – seeds to rebuild a dying Earth. This stolen Gene Bank data is offered at a price, but what will Galahad pay for humanity’s future?

Consciousness Explained

A friend of mine once responded to my theory with the following heartfelt
admission: “But, Dan, I just can't imagine a conscious robot! ... It's not that you can
't imagine a conscious robot; it's that you can't imagine how a robot could be
conscious.

Author: Daniel C. Dennett

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141956100

Category: Philosophy

Page: 528

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This book revises the traditional view of consciousness by claiming that Cartesianism and Descartes' dualism of mind and body should be replaced with theories from the realms of neuroscience, psychology and artificial intelligence. What people think of as the stream of consciousness is not a single, unified sequence, the author argues, but "multiple drafts" of reality composed by a computer-like "virtual machine". Dennett considers how consciousness could have evolved in human beings and confronts the classic mysteries of consciousness: the nature of introspection, the self or ego and its relation to thoughts and sensations, and the level of consciousness of non-human creatures.

Build Your Own All Terrain Robot

And if that's not enough to make things confusing , what about the fact that your
robot may not be moving all the time or the ... In most of my designs , I like to use
the absolute biggest batteries that can be found , regardless of the robot's actual
 ...

Author: Brad Graham

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071446273

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 300

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Remotely operated robots are becoming increasingly popular because they allow the operators to explore areas that may not normally be easily accessible. The use of video-controlled technology has sparked a growing public interest not just in hobbyists, but also in the areas of research, space, archeology, deep-sea exploration, and even the military. Significant changes in the technology marketplace have made the creation of an all-terrain, video controlled robot accessible to even the amateur robotic hobbyist. There are many robotics project books currently on the market, but most are targeted to hobbyists, and are strictly for indoor use. This book has the ideal mix of “brains and brawn,” making it appealing to hobbyists and interested professionals alike.