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I Robot by Asimov is a book with multiple mini stories that all connect to each other with a boy interviewing Susan Calvin It all takes place in Earth but its different in the sense that it is focused on robots more The stories start in 1990s and they go to the future The stories have to do with how robots start to develop and what troubles the humans faced trying to figure out or fix the robots They are all so different and with different abilities also but they always managed to figure out the problem with the 3 laws of robotics 1 A robot may not injure a human being or through inaction allow a human being to come to harm 2 A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law 3 A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second LawI believe that chapter 1 all the way to 6 would be the rising action chapters because during those chapters they are introducing all the characters They are informing you about how they react in different situations and how they resolve their problems Also with the different problems the characters face they teach you about robots and how their minds work The most important character is Susan Calvin the Robophycologist The book starts with her and ends with her She is very hard working and cold sometimes Well Ive been called a robot myself Surely theyve told you Im not humanIntroduction In her stories she thinks a lot about how a robot would think and even plays with how they think to outsmart them She believes that robots are better than humans and prefers them over humans as well In her second story two men were introduced Mike Donovan and Gregory Powell They are always
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