Roboter Visionen From Isaac Asimov the writer whose name is synonymous with robots and the science of robotics here are five decades of robot visions thirty four landmark stories and essays including three rare tal

  • Title: Roboter-Visionen
  • Author: Isaac Asimov Ralph McQuarrie Marcel Bieger Ingrid Herrmann Fredy Köpsell
  • ISBN: 9783404212019
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Isaac Asimov, the writer whose name is synonymous with robots and the science of robotics, here are five decades of robot visions thirty four landmark stories and essays, including three rare tales gathered together in one volume.Meet all of Asimov s most famous creations Robbie, the very first robot that his imagination brought to life Susan Calvin, the originalFrom Isaac Asimov, the writer whose name is synonymous with robots and the science of robotics, here are five decades of robot visions thirty four landmark stories and essays, including three rare tales gathered together in one volume.Meet all of Asimov s most famous creations Robbie, the very first robot that his imagination brought to life Susan Calvin, the original robot psychologist Stephen Byerley, the humanoid robot and the famous human robot detective team of Lije Baley and R Daneel Olivaw, who have appeared in such bestselling novesl as The Robots of Dawn and Robots and Empire.Let the master himself guide you through the key moments in the fictional history of robot human relations from the most primitive computers and movile machines to the first robot to become a man Description from back cover CONTENTSIntroduction by Isaac AsimovStories Robot Visions 1990 new for this book Too Bad 1989 Robbie 1940 Reason 1941 Liar 1941 Runaround 1942 Evidence 1946 Little Lost Robot The Evitable Conflict 1950 Feminine Intuition 1969 The Bicentennial Man 1976 Someday 1956 Think 1977 Segregationist 1967 Mirror Image 1972 Lenny 1957 Galley Slave 1941 Christmas without Rodney 1988 Essays Robots I Have Known 1954 The New Teachers 1976 Whatever You Wish 1977 The Friends We Make 1977 Our Intelligent Tools 1977 The Laws of Robotics 1979 Future Fantastic 1989 The Machine and the Robot 1978 The New Profession 1979 The Robot As Enemy 1979 Intelligences Together 1979 My Robots 1987 Cybernetic Organism 1987 The Sense of Humor 1988 Robots in Combination 1988 The volume features many black and white illustrations by Ralph McQuarrie.

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    • Isaac Asimov Ralph McQuarrie Marcel Bieger Ingrid Herrmann Fredy Köpsell

      Isaac Asimov was a Russian born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.Professor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System lacking only an entry in the 100s category of Philosophy.Asimov is widely considered a master of the science fiction genre and, along with Robert A Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke, was considered one of the Big Three science fiction writers during his lifetime Asimov s most famous work is the Foundation Series his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified future history for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson He penned numerous short stories, among them Nightfall , which in 1964 was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best short science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.Most of Asimov s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage He often provides nationalities, birth dates, and death dates for the scientists he mentions, as well as etymologies and pronunciation guides for technical terms Examples include his Guide to Science, the three volume set Understanding Physics, and Asimov s Chronology of Science and Discovery.Asimov was a long time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly he described some members of that organization as brain proud and aggressive about their IQs He took joy in being president of the American Humanist Association The asteroid 5020 Asimov, the magazine Asimov s Science Fiction, a Brooklyn, NY elementary school, and two different Isaac Asimov Awards are named in his honor Isaac Asimov 2007, November 29 In , The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 21 50, November 29, 2007, from enpedia wiki Isaac_As

    325 thoughts on “Roboter-Visionen

    • This is a collection of short stories and essays related to Asimov’s visions of robots in the future. It contains quite a few stories from a better-known anthology I, Robot. Actually the latter has only 5 entries not found in the former.Before Asimov practically every story related to an artificially created life (or its semblance) starting all the way from myth of Ancient Greece ended up with the creation turning against its creators – robots turning against humanity for our particular case [...]

    • Robot Visions (Robot 0.5), Isaac Asimov Robot Visions (1990) is a collection of science fiction short stories and factual essays by Isaac Asimov. Many of the stories are reprinted from other Asimov collections, particularly I, Robot and The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories. It also includes the title story, "Robot Visions" (written specifically for this collection), which combines Asimov's motifs of robots and of time travel. It is the companion book to Robot Dreams.تاریخ نخستین خ [...]

    • I've enjoyed everything that I've ever read by Asimov, and this is no exception. Hardly surprising at this point. The robot short stories are always very fun to read. It's amazing how many great story ideas he was able to get out of three unbreakable laws, isn't it? Let's break this collection down a bit. Of the 18 stories in this collection, seven can also be found in I, Robot. In fact, every story from I, Robot but one can also be found here, without the linking text starring Susan Calvin. I'm [...]

    • After I, Robot, I was hungry for more robot stories, and Robot Visions was the only other robot collection I could find at my local library. A good chunk of the collection are in I, Robot, but without the connecting segments where Susan Calvin was interviewed. I personally enjoyed I, Robot more and thought the stories collected there were more solid, but this is by no means a weak collection at all. More mysteries, more puzzles, more situations where your inner child delights at the faithful rob [...]

    • The review by Arthur C. Clarke is what partially made me interested in this. That and also thinking Isaac Asimov is the allfather of Sci-fi.Also, ROBOTS.

    • Pre-reading research reveals that I, Robot, is the first collection of short stories. Second is The Rest of the Robots. Robot Dreams only has one new story in it. The Complete Robot is reported to be truly complete. This, I dunno. Another selection of some of the musty favorites and dusty rarities, but nothing actually new?-------------Read. I did read Complete a few months ago, and so nothing here was new (I don't think). I did skip the non-fiction essays at the end. And I skimmed the stories t [...]

    • Though I have not read all 400 (jeez) of Asimov's books, I have read his entire Foundation and Robot series, so I think I have a feel for the master's work. And like The Foundation series (Not so much his Robot series, which, like Asimov, I agree is pretty perfect), there are some great yarns, and some not so great yarns, and this book of short stories and essays is similar-Some great ones, and some not so great ones. There are some standout stories, like "Runaround" which was the first story to [...]

    • Good short story collection, even better in small doses as all stories have essentially the same message over and over again. Did not finish.

    • Good book. 3 stars. I would likely not reread this book. I would recommend this book to select people with an interest in this genre, the history of it, and everything robot. Also, any hard core Asimov fans.This book, along with Robot Dreams, is a repackaging of Asimov's robot short stories. There are no repeats between those two books. In the intro, Asimov introduces each of his robot stories that he believes broke ground, most of which are published in this volume.Stories included: (and what o [...]

    • Asimov was expert at repackaging material, and all the Robot short stories in this volume have appeared in other Robot books before, but I picked it up for the introduction by the good doctor, as well as the science-fact and opinion essays included at the back. The latter were considerably shorter than I expected, though not one interesting, so I ended up rereading most of the novella and short stories anyway. The Bicentennial Man is always enjoyable, to see how close Asimov could come to repudi [...]

    • Let's just cut to the chase, Asimov was a visionary, and he also had integrity. When he came up with something by God his universe kept it. This explains why Asimov's great space empires and future Earth are blessed by tape-run computers and robot brains as large as houses. This collection contains most, if not all, of his short fiction dealing with the relations between humanity and robots. Asimov designed three perfect laws of robotics and then gleefully set about subverting them in every. ima [...]

    • This book of robot stories by Asimov was as good as any other. I think among those four collections of robot stories ("I, Robot", "The Complete Robot", "Robot Dreams" and this one), this one and "Robot Dreams are my favorites.The quality of stories and the mixture of robot and non-robot tales in "Robot Dreams" made it one of my favorites. This one has some of the best robot stories within (classics along with more modren ones) and a number of essays by Asimov about his robot stories.This book pr [...]

    • I read this as part of a work (for fun) book club. It is a collection of some of Asimov's robot stories along with some essays at the end. I'd seen most of these stories in some of my previous Asimov reads. If you haven't read much Asimov, I'd highly recommend this. One knock that I have on Asimov is his high level of optimism. He seems to think that if we had robots that we'd be free to pursue higher things. Personally, I'm not sure that the vast majority of people would pursue higher things as [...]

    • I enjoyed the Asimov's essays about robots, computers, and cyborgs. They are well done.The short stories at the front of the book are the same stories published in other books. There are a few new ones. So, if you do not mind re-reading them or have not read other books, then you are good. Otherwise, you should just read the first and second short stories "Robot Visions" and "Too Bad!" then skip to the last one "Christmas Without Rodney" and continue through the essays. Essentially, 347 pages of [...]

    • As I read Asimov's Robot stories for the first time since I was a teenager, I've come to some unfortunate realisations. I still enjoy the stories, and I still respect Asimov, but so many of these stories seem to be clever just for the sake of being clever. Like they're thought-experiments. There's a minimum of charm.I guess we'll always have Solaria.

    • This is yet another in the vast sea of work by Isaac Asimov. What really made this a winner for me was the set of essays in the book about why robots will succeed and thrive. One particular essay regards the reason we will create human shaped robots. Short answer: Because they can interact with our world.

    • ‫کتابی خوب با داستان‌های کوتاه رباتیکی مهم، ولی هم‌چنان با ترجمه‌ای نه‌چندان خوب.

    • The short stories of Isaac Asimov continue to impress me. There is something instructive about looking back on past visions of the future from the future. In Asimov's stories, robots aren't used to symbolize a marginalized group or act as a warning of what he calls the Frankenstein Effect (simply, a creation turning on it's creator). The 3 laws of robotics forbids this. There are no robot uprisings to be found and the stories are infinitely better for it. Robots are instead *shocker* exactly wha [...]

    • Here, from the writer whose name is synonymous with robots and the science of robotics, are five decades of robot visions gathered together in one volume. These 36 landmark short stories and essays include three never before colleccted stories: " Too Bad," "Chritmas Without Rodney" and "Robot Visions," which was created specifically for this book. And you will meet all of Isaac Asimov's technological children from Robbie, the very first robot that Asimov's imagination brought to life, to Susan C [...]

    • Es una serie de relatos cortos a mi gusto bastante disparejos, pero eso siempre sucede cuando se lee ciencia ficción escrita hace tanto tiempo. Incluso tratándose de un maestro como Asimov, se me “enfría” un poco el ambiente cuando leo una historia de un robot experto en edición de manuscritos. que corrije en papel.Hay algunas historias que se mantienen y se mantendrán vigentes como “Círculo Vicioso” y el famoso “Hombre del Bicentenario”. Y es que ambas coinciden en que la hist [...]

    • Highlights: "Reason," "Liar!," "Little Lost Robot," "The Evitable Conflict," "Bicentennial Man," "Galley Slave."No lowlights - every story in "Robot Visions" is excellent. Asimov explores every (maybe not every) nook and cranny of his Three Laws, anti-robot sentiment, anti-human sentiment, segregationist robots and humans alike (so very alike), consciousness. Sometimes subtle, sometimes overt, Asimov's robots are as much people as they are machines with dreams and dislikes, fears and wants.

    • I have been reading several of Asimov's short story anthologies lately, leading up to reading the robot, galactic empire, and foundation series. Robot Visions is a very worthy collection of Asimov's writings. I would suggest The Complete Robot or I, Robot instead depending on if you want a best-ofs or total depth. Robbie, Reason, Runaround, Evidence, The Evitable Conflict, and The Bicentennial Man are all exceptional stories. Most of these fit in the Susan Calvin, Powell, and Donovan story line. [...]

    • Raccolta di racconti fantascientifici classici che contiene anche un piccolo insieme di saggi brevi.Non ho apprezzato molto la raccolta, anche perché non sono un amante dei racconti brevi ed ancor meno della saggistica.La raccolta ha comunque il pregio di fornire una panoramica sul mondo fantascientifico immaginato da Asimov.Il racconto migliore era quello in chiave ironica: Natale senza Rodney.

    • This book compiled some of the most interesting robot stories I've ever read. My favorite story was the Bicentennial Man, I watched the movie when I was younger but it was refreshing to read it in my 23rd year of life. Highly recommend if you're looking to get into robot stories.

    • apenas voy en la introducción pero me encanta la opinión de Isaac respecto a sus tres leyes de la robótica!!

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