About the Book:
The author plunges us into a world of complex relationships between artificial intelligences, humans and why not other species, showing how far the rights and duties of living beings and robots go.
What is it that connects one intelligence with another?
What is being human?
Would a being from another planet have a behavior very different from ours?
And a robot? Without their own intelligence, they would simply be a programmable tool. But when we endow them, the need for free will immediately arises. And in that case, why would they help us?
What would prevent them from seeing us as limited beings? Or maybe this reasoning is wrong, and they would just be another intelligence to deal with.
To what extent do ethics apply if we talk about artificial intelligence?
These and other questions are developed here throughout thirty-five short stories.