Originally published, New York , Harper and Row, 1980.
The titular Artificial Kid inhabits the body of of a deceased politician, making his living as a combat artist, beating up other artists with his nunchuks and selling the tapes. He stumbles into a massive historical/scientific conspiracy, and a whole bunch of crazy stuff happens in a unique post-human biological journey. This isn't a perfect book/5(19). The Artificial Kid - Ebook written by Bruce Sterling. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes 4/5(1). The titular Artificial Kid inhabits the body of of a deceased politician, making his living as a combat artist, beating up other artists with his nunchuks and selling the tapes. He stumbles into a massive historical/scientific conspiracy, and a whole bunch of crazy stuff happens in a unique post-human biological journey. This isn't a perfect book/5(19). Artificial Maturity addresses the problem of what to do when parents and teaHow to raise kids who can handle the real worldToday's Generation iY (teens brought up with the Internet) and Homelanders (children born after 9/11) are overexposed to information at an earlier age than ever and paradoxically are underexposed to meaningful relationships and real-life experiences/5(25).
A nice little board book for little kids. Boy and Bot – Ame Dyckman () years. A sweet story about a boy and his bot – a great bedtime story for little ones. R Is for Robot: A Noisy Alphabet – Adam F. Watkins () years. Robots build the alphabet! Featuring hilarious robots making goofy noises, this book is perfect for young. The ultra-rich satellite-dwellers orbiting the planet Reverie love to tune in to the televised exploits of the world's best professional combat artist, The Artificial Kid. But when an enemy discovers a secret from The Kid's murky past, The Kid must face the fiercest battle of Price Range: $ - $ “The Artificial Kid is a work of satirical social commentary with the breakneck pace of a Hong Kong action film.” — “If you want a look at what the future might really be like, read Sterling.” —Gardner Dozois “Sterling is a writer of excellent fineness. With this in mind, he penned a kid-friendly book to spark early interest and understanding of the concepts, titled The Complete Guide to Artificial Intelligence for Kids, for which he recently ran a successful crowdfunding campaign. “Nobody’s going to work in the same job or career for 50 years.