Virtual Crime e-Pays.. NOT

Asimove’s LOR During the halcyon days of technological innocence, Isaac Asimov wrote “I, Robot” – a collection of 9 short stories set in a world in which humans and robots co-exist. This co-existance was predicated on three rules that Asimov invented and named ‘The Laws of Robotics’ (LOR), The LOR laid down essential principles governing… Continue reading Virtual Crime e-Pays.. NOT

50 years after everybody quits laughing

Together with Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke, who passed away yesterday (18 March), is considered one of the fabled triumvirate of Science Fiction writers who changed the way we view their genre, and modern science. Strangely, I feel, Clarke will forever be known mostly for the 1968 movie adaptation of “The Sentinel“,… Continue reading 50 years after everybody quits laughing