A recent survey of over two thousand adults in the UK revealed plenty of mistrust, anxiety, fear, and skepticism about artificial intelligence (AI). The survey attempted to understand whether AI was a blessing or a curse. A recently-released collection of short sci-fi stories by Andre K. George entitled I, AI, attempts to answer the same question. It is comprised of eleven short Sci-Fi stories that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. But at the same time, each story offers a different lesson and perspective.
Few recent sci-fi books stand out with the same level of original stories, fascinating characters, and powerful themes as I, AI. It is a truly gripping read, exploring a future where humans and artificial intelligence (AI) are forced to interact across all areas of life. They help each other like friends, conduct high-stakes investigations like partners, and fight for power like enemies.
With a five-star rating on Amazon, this book has received acclaim from reviewers for its engaging, thought-provoking and surprising content. As one critic points out, “this book had [readers] racing to the end of each chapter to start a new one.” The second story in the collection, “The Ultimate Test,” is the recipient of the Honorable Mention award from the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest.
Andre K. George has spent two decades specializing in computer technology and artificial intelligence. The author has a wide breadth of knowledge in the subject and delivers a fictional future rooted in the realities of science and technological progress. A future that, as the author points out, “is as inevitable, unavoidable, and unstoppable as time itself.” I, AI offers an introduction to what the world can expect from artificial creations after the technological revolution takes place.
I, AI will appeal to a wide range of science fiction readers, including fans of Michael Crichton, Isaac Asimov, Daniel H. Wilson’s Robopocalypse, and Martha Wells’ The Murderbot Diaries.