The Rise

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When robots rise in popularity, they become more and more advanced until they rival humans. They compete for human jobs and fight for a human vote. This sci-fi short explores how far specialized robots can go when they are given a mind of their own. More

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Words: 2,700
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301664795
About Faye Hollidaye

I am a Marshall University graduate, a West Virginia native resident, a caretaker for multiple pets including a dog and uromastyx, a red-foot tortoise, a few corn snakes, and a milk snake, a hard worker, a homemaker, a daughter, sister, aunt, and wife. I enjoy singing, writing, laughing, movies, reading, learning, art, animals, crafts, and helping others in whatever ways I can. My interests include linguistics, biology, psychology, literature, art, entertainment, religion, and a multiplicity of other things.

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Review by: Fine Form Press on April 12, 2013 :
In The Rise, a narrator living in the near-future explores the economic and socio-political underpinnings of robots acquiring self-awareness and, in due time, their inevitable demands for self-governance, respect, and equality in the eyes of a frightened, violent society.

For a thought-provoking account of robot rights, read The Rise.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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