A refreshing variation on the will-intelligent-robots-bring-Armageddon genre . . . this colorful mixture of expert futurology and quirky speculation does not disappoint.
'Intensely readable, downright terrifying, and surprisingly uplifting.'
'A fascinating work of imaginative futurology, a science journalist takes a look at our current technologies and anticipates the human-robot future that could await us - one full of warrior bots, politician bots, doctor bots and sex bots.'
A riveting read.
One of the best summer reads of 2019.
A brilliant chronicle of encounters with our future selves.
Duncan writes the way good teachers teach, conversational, yet informed . . . [he] is a popularizer and storyteller.