1 edition of Robopocalypse found in the catalog.
Daniel H. Wilson
Two decades into the future humans are battling for their very survival when a powerful AI computer goes rogue, and all the machines on earth rebel against their human controllers.
|Statement||Daniel H. Wilson|
|LC Classifications||PS3623.I57796 R63 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||2012376539|
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Wilson's debut novel Robopocalypse. Robopocalypse. Robopocalypse is the first book in a two-book series by Daniel H. Wilson. The series is set shortly, a time when all the technology that man has lived to treasure will rise against the humanity.
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In the summer science fiction book, Robopocalypse, civilization's technology develops a mind of its own and sets out to destroy humanity. Author Daniel H. Wilson, who has a Ph.D. in robotics.