Isaac Asimov's Utopia

Isaac Asimov's Utopia (1996) is a science fiction novel by Roger MacBride Allen, set in Isaac Asimov's Robot/Empire/Foundation universe.

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Sonny (robot) - Production
... For many years, fans hoped that any movie based on Asimov's Robot series would be based on an earlier screenplay written for Warner Brothers by Harlan Ellison with ... The film that was ultimately made originally had no connections with Asimov, originating as a screenplay written in 1995 by Jeff Vintar, entitled Hardwired ... screenplay was a cerebral thriller that read like a stage play, and representatives of the Asimov estate considered the script "more Asimov than Asimov." ...
Legal Rites
... Legal Rites" is a fantasy short story by Isaac Asimov, originally published in the September 1950 issue of Weird Tales, and included in the 1972 ... Asimov was unable to sell the story and gave it to Pohl, who rewrote it (under the nom de plume of James MacCreigh) and changed the title from 'Legal ... He sold it some years later after Asimov had forgotten about it ...
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... In 1977 Asimov's Science Fiction began publication as a digest size science fiction magazine called Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine ... Unlike Asimov's SF Adventure Magazine it remains in print to this day ...
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Sonny (robot) - Similarities With The Book
... The final script retained several of Asimov's characters and ideas ... images in "Robot Dreams", and V.I.K.I.'s motivation is an extrapolation of the Three Laws that Asimov explored in "The Evitable Conflict," "Robots and Empire," and "...That ... robots acting collectively as a direct threat of humanity appears nowhere in Asimov's writings, and indeed Asimov stated explicitly that his robot stories were written as a direct antithesis to this idea ...

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    If work and leisure are soon to be subordinated to this one utopian principle—absolute busyness—then utopia and melancholy will come to coincide: an age without conflict will dawn, perpetually busy—and without consciousness.
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    Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not.
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