Self Aware: A Sci-Fi Book about A.I.

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Rodrick sat in his testing chair, stunned. Had he done it? Was the cyborg self-aware? He dedicated 10 years of professional work to this achievement. That didn’t include his schooling. He dreamed of this moment for as long as he could remember. He made it his goal once he got into a top 20 computer science program. Now he had done it. He created a fully conscious, self-aware cyborg. More

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About Matt Martinez

Thank you to my friends both in person and online for their support. Without it, I would have never published. One day in sobriety, he revitalized a lifelong passion for writing. He kept going and worked at figuring out how to publish. Thank you for reading my book! I appreciate your support.

Matt takes it one day at a time. Like the characters in the story, he works on his character defects every day. He believes that’s one of sobriety’s gifts: his own ability to identify what he does. He goes to meetings, participates in the fellowship, and prides himself on how boring his life is. He drinks coffee every day and eats tacos on a regular basis. He enjoys reading great writing, watching sports, and drinking Topo Chico. Since he got sober, his greatest accomplish each day is going to bed without drinking. Sometimes that makes him lazy, but in his mind, he’s grateful to be sober.

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Susie Snowe reviewed on on Sep. 18, 2018

My main problem with this is that it was absolutely full of typos and I found this very distracting. It really needed a decent proofreader. The story is quite good, although the debate about a self aware cyborg is something of a science fiction cliché, but it got a bit confusing at the end.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
David Goodmen reviewed on on Aug. 21, 2018
(no rating)
EPUB ONLY, conversion defective. Therefore, I could not read it. Meat Grinder is supposed to provide all formats—obviously, something failed.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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