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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson

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It's the end of days!!! In the not too distant future, robots have made our lives a lot easier. Robots can now drive our cars and fight our wars.  Fast forward just a little bit more and they gain intelligence and begin to turn against us. Wilson's book is an oral history of the rising of Archos, the leader of the computer/robot revolution, and the human reaction as they fight to stay alive. A great read that will have you questioning just how much we rely on our computers.  Check Our Catalog.

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