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Isaacs Vision Once in a while a human being comes along with the genius to change the worldviews for all time to come One such man named Isaac Asimov was born in Russia on January 2 1920 He and his parents immigrated to New York City in 1923 Asimov originally studied science in school but later discovered his love for writing science fiction By the year 1950 Isaac wrote I Robot in this Novel he creates the term robotics and the three laws of robotics which have been adopted by science fiction writer in the present In his future books he shows the world his vision of the future of robots through his stories Today robots are not as advanced as Asimov envisioned they would be although some of the problems he predicted are arising Sadly Isaac will not be alive to see his fictional robotic creations become reality because he passed away at the age of 72 in 1992 He will be greatly missed by the readers of science fiction although he leaves behind him a legacy he has forever altered the future of humanity Isaac coined the term Robotics in 1950 he gave the world laws to govern the robots most importantly he greatly influenced the worlds vision of future robots for all time and he did this at a time when not even the simplest one existed Asimov is a human writing machine who has published more than 500 books and has at least one book in each of the major divisions of the Dewey decimal system Although his most influential writing was about robots which he basically created In his book I Robot one of the stories is about the first consumer robot This robot is non-verbal and obeys the three laws of robotics he is sold as a nursemaid to a wealthy family The little girl that owns him loves him a lot although her mother doesnt trust
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