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Articles discuss the computer industry, simulations, chess programs, computer games, industrial robots, hardware, software and other applications of computer and robot technology.


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Articles discuss the computer industry, simulations, chess programs, computer games, industrial robots, hardware, software and other applications of computer and robot technology.

29 review for The Omni Book of Computers and Robots

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nefeli

    A book with small essays, all written around 1980, by various writers on the topic of computers, robots, artificial intelligence, ways of improving technology and its consequences in the future. Although some of them were outright boring, most contained very interesting and simply explained information on future technologies not yet fully developed, marking the significant vision of writers like Arthur C. Clarke whose essay, "Electronic Tutors" I found engaging. A book with small essays, all written around 1980, by various writers on the topic of computers, robots, artificial intelligence, ways of improving technology and its consequences in the future. Although some of them were outright boring, most contained very interesting and simply explained information on future technologies not yet fully developed, marking the significant vision of writers like Arthur C. Clarke whose essay, "Electronic Tutors" I found engaging.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jules Arntz-Gray

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    W.J. Manares

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    Ann Doiron

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    someonehome

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    Richard Isaacs

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    Todd

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    Tracey

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    Matt Fairfax

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    Sam

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    Jamie & Sherry

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    Eliza

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    Jessica

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    Meredith Wills

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    Christopher Long

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    Richard Stottman

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    Stephanie

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    Jessica Trombacco

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    Simon

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    Tommy Mcguire

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    Ben

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    Charles Hildreth

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    K

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    Edward Vallecillo

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    Abhishek Shrivastav

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    Thomas

  28. 5 out of 5

    Paula Schultz

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Spoer

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