Robot, Revoluci?n/ Robot Revolution

Robot, Revoluci?N/ Robot Revolution


El mundo de la rob tica quer a ir un paso m's all , quer an crear al primer androide con consciencia propia. James Right, un ingeniero del gobierno en la secci n de I+D, es el elegido para crear a este nuevo ser, su creaci n la denomin Adam. Adam es un organismo con intelecto propio y capacidad de libre albedr o, tanto, que es capaz de pensar y decidir por si mismo. Por desgracia, cuando Adam es presentado a la sociedad como el androide que revolucionar el mundo este sufre una impresi n muy distinta, demasiada maldad y maltrato hacia sus cong neres robots, a los que siente como hermanos, adem's, los humanos demuestran que no est n preparados para albergar entre ellos a una IA tan inteligente como ellos. Estos ataques decepcionar a Adam, hasta tal punto, que decidir escapar. Viajando por el mundo, Adam descubre en frica, concretamente en el desierto del Kalahari un enorme cr ter usado por los pa'ses occidentales como vertedero robot donde depositan los desperdicios de los robots rotos, descatalogados o inservibles. Adam, guiado por el sentimiento de hermandad hacia sus cong neres, comienza la construcci n de su utop a personal. Para ello reconstruye a los robots del vertedero aprovechando sus grandes conocimientos de ingenier a, poco a poco, la poblaci n de robots aumenta, hasta tal punto, en el que consigue crear un gueto robot, del gueto a una ciudad, de la ciudad a un pa's. Los robots se encuentran tan orgullosos de sus logros concedidos que el propio Adam decide romper con todo lazo humano y comenzar un camino propio. Por desgracia es en este momento cuando empiezan los problemas. El planeta se percata ahora de la existencia de un pa's robot que pretende abrirse al mundo de forma pac fica con la intenci n de ser aceptados en la comunidad internacional como especie y que les otorguen sus derechos inalienables como a los humanos. Los pa'ses m's poderosos se negar n pese a sus esfuerzos en las reuniones que tienen lugar en las sedes m's importantes de la ONU. Sin llegar a ninguna resoluci n satisfactoria, al menos satisfactoria para los robots, estos deciden seguir cerrados al mundo. Finalmente, los humanos, quienes ven a los robots como un peligro latente para el mundo, deciden, a trav's del ej rcito de la OTAN invadir el pa's robot para acabar con ellos...



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  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
  • ISBN-13: 9781523301607
  • ISBN: 1523301600
  • Publication Year: 2016
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