The Empathy Code

Should robots make life and death decisions? Teacher and humanitarian, Mishra McKenzie, doesn’t think so. Her friends want her help to expose a military robotics project, but Mishra doubts whether she can pull it off. Their target, Philip Templeton, is a crack coder. He’s awkward, obsessive and sweet. Hurt one man to save the many? Mishra must decide what's right and act before it's too late. More
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About A. C. Praat

Curiosity and a love of words drives me creatively, alongside that big question - what if? What if I didn't live in Wellington with my partner and boys? What if I'd frozen to death on that mountainside in Corsica? What if that squishy lump in my pocket was plastic explosive? (It isn't.) In my life as a social scientist I have explored issues from activism to architecture. Flash Frontier has kindly published my short fiction. The Empathy Code is my first novel.

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About the Series: Empathy Code
Should robots make life and death decisions? Should we alter ourselves to fit in better with the world? The Empathy Code Series wraps up these questions in a compelling string of novels where you can ride along with a cast of quirky characters as they discover the answers for themselves.

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