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Artificial Intelligence;; Robots and Robotics;; Science Fiction;; Science, Technology, and Literature.

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Asimov, Isaac. (1950). I, Robot. New York: Gnome Press. Asimov's earliest positronic robot stories, in which he introduced the three laws of robotics.

Isaac Asimov, 19201992. As one of the worlds leading and most prolific science writers, explaining everything from nuclear fusion to the theory of numbers, Asimov illuminated for many the mysteries of science and technology. (AP/Wide World Phot Isaac Asimov, 1920–1992. As one of the world's leading and most prolific science writers, explaining everything from nuclear fusion to the theory of numbers, Asimov illuminated for many the mysteries of science and technology. (AP/Wide World Photos.)

Asimov, Isaac. (1951, 1952, 1953). Foundation; Foundation and Empire; Second Foundation. New York: Gnome Press. The "foundation trilogy" of science fiction novels about the fall of a galactic civilization, and the efforts of two factions to minimize the duration of the dark age that follows.

Asimov, Isaac. (1962). Fact and Fancy. New York: Doubleday. The first collection of Asimov's science articles from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

Asimov, Isaac. (1979). In Memory Yet Green. New York: Doubleday...

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