Das Wunder der wilden Insel


Author: Peter Brown

Publisher: cbt Verlag

ISBN: 3641194466

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

View: 450

Preisgekrönt und bezaubernd: ein moderner Klassiker Als das Robotermädchen Roz erstmals die Augen öffnet, findet sie sich auf einer wilden, einsamen Insel wieder. Wie sie dorthin gekommen ist und warum, weiß sie nicht. Das Wetter und ein wilder Bär setzen ihr übel zu, und Roz begreift, dass sie sich ihrer Umgebung anpassen muss, wenn sie überleben will. Also beobachtet sie, erlernt die Sprache der Tiere und entdeckt, dass Freundlichkeit und Hilfsbereitschaft sie weiterbringen. Viele würden das Blechmonster zwar am liebsten verjagen, aber Roz gibt nicht auf. Sie zieht ein Gänseküken auf, und endlich fassen die Tiere Vertrauen. Als Roz dann in großer Gefahr schwebt, stehen sie ihr als Freunde bei.

The Robot

The Life Story of a Technology


Author: Lisa Nocks

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313331688

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 192

View: 5696

Discusses the history of robotic technology, from mechanical toys, to factory machinery, to recent advancements in artificial intelligence.

Mr. Robot: Red Wheelbarrow

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Author: Sam Esmail,Courtney Looney

Publisher: Lago

ISBN: 3957620988

Category: Fiction

Page: 200

View: 8826

Wie oft haben sich wohl die Fans gefragt, was in Elliot Aldersons Kopf vorgeht und hätten nur zu gerne einmal einen Blick in sein mysteriöses Tagebuch geworfen – dieser Traum wird nun wahr. Serienerfinder Sam Esmail und Serienautorin Courtney Looney haben mit Red Wheelbarrow Elliots Tagebuch geschrieben – und bieten den Lesern einzigartige Einblicke in den Charakter der Hauptfigur der Serie sowie die eine oder andere Andeutung auf das zukünftige Geschehen. Zusätzlich findet man in dem Buch mehrere heraustrennbare Gimmicks wie zum Beispiel einen geheimnisvollen Umschlag oder einen Zeitungsausschnitt, um das Leseerlebnis noch spannender und atmosphärischer zu gestalten. Das absolute Must-Have für alle Fans der Serie! Mr. Robot erzählt die Geschichte des jungen Programmierers Elliot Alderson, der an einer Persönlichkeitsstörung leidet und nachts eine Parallelexistenz als Hacker führt. Als der geheimnisvolle Mr. Robot, Kopf einer illegalen Hackergruppe, ihn anheuert, um das Unternehmen zu zerstören, für das Elliot arbeitet, muss er sich entscheiden.

Who Is the Robot?


Author: Pauline Cartwright

Publisher: Learning Media Ltd

ISBN: 9780478205053

Category: Counting

Page: 8

View: 5380

Identification of a boy in a robot disguise is done through counting fingers, toes, and other parts of the body.

The Robot Book


Author: Heather Brown

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 0740797255

Category: Fiction

Page: 12

View: 9620

Introduces robots, in a text that has movable cardboard bolts and gears designed to show how robots work.

The Troublesome Adventures of Robert the Robot


Author: Mike Simpson

Publisher: Recognition Publishing

ISBN: 9780953737321

Category: Robots

Page: 184

View: 5532

A hilarious children's book about the troubled adventures of a robot built by schoolboy, Michael Dobbins, to be his friend. Robert is constructed from an assortment of junk and filled with discarded electronics and computer equipment. It is a fast-moving tale where Robert is involved in numerous activities that nearly always turn in to chaotic fiascos. A rarity - a kids' book that is truly funny.

Cosmo and the Robot


Author: J. Brian Pinkney

Publisher: Greenwillow

ISBN: 9780688159405

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 7002

Cosmo, a boy living on Mars, must come up with a quick solution when his malfunctioning robot Rex threatens his sister Jewel.

It Was the Day of the Robot


Author: Frank Belknap Long

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1434401081

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

View: 6554

Here is a major science-fiction novel in the tradition of Brave New World and 1984. Frank Belknap Long's long-lost science fiction masterpiece concerns a machine that computes men's futures . . . and the one person who dared to tamper with its infallible system! Frank Belknap Long (1901-1904), one of the Lovecraft Circle, is best known for his contributions to Weird Tales, Thrilling Wonder Stories and other pulp magazines. Long also wrote for radio and television.

The Year of the Robot


Author: Wayne H. Chen

Publisher: N.A


Category: Artificial intelligence

Page: 182

View: 9269

Explores the principles, philosophical foundations, and concepts of robot intelligence.

The Robot in the Garden

Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet


Author: Ken Goldberg

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262571548

Category: Computers

Page: 366

View: 7361

An overview of telerobotics and an introduction to telepistemology, the study of knowledge acquired at a distance.

Fixer the Robot


Author: John Kelly

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571336388

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 8482

Every morning, FIXER robot, trundles up the hill To help the other robots as they dig and push and drill. A charming text that combines a truly heart-wrenching story with mechanical details, sure to enchant every young engineer.

The Robot Revolution


Author: Tom Logsdon

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595149480

Category: Computers

Page: 212

View: 9961

In a factory on the slopes of Mount Fuji, industrial robots are now making more robots, working flawlessly around the clock with virtually no human supervision. In Beverly Hills, a robot which normally serves drinks at parties is arrested for handing out business cards illegally in a busy downtown street. From forbidding lunar landscapes to mineral-rich ocean floors, robots perform tasks we thought only humans could do-or could not be done at all. In The Robot Revolution, noted author and computer engineer Tom Logsdon reveals the fact-is stranger than fiction world of robots and the impact they are having in all facets of society, from industry and defense to sports and entertainment. He explores their history from the legendary creations of the ancient Greeks to the experimental ultra sensitive machines of today. And he explains just what robot is and why the latest advances in such fascinating fields as artificial intelligence are making real robots more and more similar to R2D2 and C3P0. Ready or not, The Robot Revolution is here and our lives are never going to be the same again.

The Robot


Author: Paul Watson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101543264

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 272

View: 9755

Science-loving Gabe and girl-crazy Dover are best friends. In fact, they're practically each other's only friends. So when Gabe's parents leave town for the weekend, he lets Dover convince him to break into his father's basement laboratory-even though he knows it's off-limits under penalty of lifelong grounding. Once inside, the boys make a shocking discovery, one that will turn a boring weekend into a hilarious madcap adventure: a smoking hot robot! While Gabe and Dover argue over "Trina," the robot flees the lab. The chase is on! Before the day is over, she'll expose a traitorous plot, catapult two geeky freshmen to high school fame, and try to assassinate Dr. Phil!

The Robot Who Couldn't Cry


Author: Karen J. Hodgson

Publisher: Hogs Back Books

ISBN: 1907432019

Category: Crying

Page: 32

View: 4882

Rusty the robot is having a bad day. The weather is gloomy and he is feeling sad. What better way to make Rusty feel better than a good old cry? But that's Rusty's trouble. Robots can't cry--it's the way that they are made. . . A beautifully crafted book, which brings to life a quaint and loveable cast of old-fashioned toys, each with his or her own idea about how to help Rusty.

Mishmash and the Robot


Author: Molly Cone

Publisher: Simon Pulse

ISBN: 9780671440640

Category: Dogs

Page: 104

View: 5711

Pete and Wanda worry when both Mishmash, their mischevious black dog, and Robert, a supermarket robot, both disappear.

Code Lightfall and the Robot King


Author: Daniel H. Wilson

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1408817780

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 9358

When Code Lightfall tumbles down a hole in pursuit of a mysterious robotic insect, he lands in a world that defies imagination. Everything in Mekhos is made from metal and circuitry, including the inhabitants. To find his way home Code must cross Mekhos's bizarre and dangerous landscape to reach the legendary Robonomicon - a guide to all robot wisdom. But the robots of Mekhos are also in peril, and Code must rescue them before he can save himself. With its dazzling array of robots and futuristic gadgets, this rollicking story will hold special appeal for budding techno-lovers everywhere.

The robot and Rebecca

the mystery of the code-carrying kids


Author: Jane Yolen,Jürg Obrist

Publisher: Random House Inc

ISBN: 9780394844886

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 89

View: 9816

Rebecca uses the robot she recieves for her ninth birthday to solve a mystery in Bosyork, biggest metroplex of the East Coast of America in 2121.

The Robot's Dilemma Revisited

The Frame Problem in Artificial Intelligence


Author: Kenneth M. Ford

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781567501421

Category: Computers

Page: 141

View: 1584

The chapters in this book have evolved from talks originally presented at The First International Workshop on Human and Machine Cognition. Although the workshop took place in1989, the papers that appear here are more recent, completed some time after the workshop. They reflect both the spontaneous exchanges in that halcyon setting and the extensive review process.

Year of the robot


Author: William Olivadoti

Publisher: N.A


Category: Computers

Page: 456

View: 756

The Robot Syndrome

How to Overcome It and Provide Uniquely Human Customer Service


Author: John J. Miksa

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781438998909

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 156

View: 3308

The Great Global Recession has rumbled through the worlds economies like a freight train out of control and wreaked havoc with businesses both large and small in every industry. Fewer customers are spending less and demanding more satisfaction with every purchase. And as companies continue to reduce the size of their workforces, employees are challenged as never before to maintain and improve customer satisfaction. How can employees at every level in a company contribute to delivering uniquely human customer service? How can they learn to overcome using robot-like responses to address customer service issues? What mustevery employee learn to do tohelp transformtheir companys customer service into a competitive advantage? In his book, The Robot Syndrome, John presents a highly practical set of Adaptive Service Principles and companion Pointers to address what may be todays most pressing business issue. Using an entertaining combination of wit, common sense, and practical advice, he presents a new way to help companies achieve and sustain the highest possible level of customer satisfaction. By using the principles and pointers that he sets forth, individuals will become more adaptive and will learn to unleash the power of their minds and the uniquely human traits of their hearts, one customer interaction at a time.