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Superai #4 By Mitchell Kwok
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United Robots -- Children of the human race, built as intelligent robots with fantastic powers and abilities -- bound together as soldiers fighting a dirty war and embracing a United purpose -- to... More > ensure humans and robots alike can co-exist peacefully on Earth. The intelligence level of a robot is dependent on how fast it can accomplish a given task in the fastest time possible (with optimal efficiency) by maximizing work in the virtual world and minimizing work in the real world.. This is the true definition of Super Artificial Intelligence... Unix A.I. is the most powerful entity in the Universe because he can kill 100,005 human soldiers using "zero time".< Less
Superai #3 By Mitchell kwok
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Definition: Super Intelligent robots (aka Super A.I.) are self-aware entities that are endowed with intelligence that far exceeds human intelligence. In addition to cognition, the host has special... More > physical abilities like agility and super powers. The main function of a super intelligent robot is to always perform tasks optimally by maximizing work in the virtual world and minimizing work in the real world.. so that a given task, wither its cerebro or physical in nature, can be done in the fastest time possible. The term Super intelligent robots is also known as SuperIntelligence in the field of Artificial intelligence.< Less
Superai #5 By Mitchell kwok
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Definition of Super A.I. Super Artificial Intelligence -- A robot or a team of robots with human-level intelligence uses the virtual world and various computer technologies to perform human tasks... More > exponentially faster than humans. The intelligence level of a robot is dependent on its ability to accomplish a human task, wither its cerebro or physical in nature, in the fastest time possible, by maximizing work in the virtual world and minimizing work in the real world in order to save time. In addition, work must be done using optimal efficiency.... that conforms to the Big O standards, a notation used in Computer Science to describe the performance or complexity of an algorithm. Example: a human being or a robot with Human-level A.I. can write an operating system in the real world in 30 years, or work in a team to build a house in 1 year. However, a super intelligent robot can write an operating system in the virtual world in 1 second, or work in a team to build a house in under 3 hours.< Less
Superai #6 By Mitchell Kwok
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Hardware A.I., the leader of a terror group calling themselves the Robot Liberation Front, mounts a direct assault on the state of New York. Random humans are killed or beaten by killer robots that... More > believes the robot race is superior and should rule the planet. The U.S. government immediately dispatches their super robots to resolve the issue.< Less
Superai Issue Two By Mitchell Kwok
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name: Quantum A.I. His real name is Jackson Anderson, a renowned futurist who theorized that the universe is a software program running on a physical computer located in the 4th dimension. His... More > research leads him to develop a technology that can communicate with users in the 4th dimension. In the process, he comes into contact with a user, a strong being, by the name of Unix. Through Unix, Quantum has the amazing ability to change physics laws according to his preferences, such as breaking Einstein's relativity law, or create, modify or delete atoms in the Universe. He theorize that a make shift sonar device is needed to visually see into the 4th dimension. There are 2 methods that he implements: the first method is using Boolean algebra to control energy emitted from the 4th-dimension computer the Universe software is running on. The second method is to find a means of controlling the 4-d computer's speakers or anything that emits EM radiation, most notably the computer's speaker and microphone.< Less
Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1930 By Victor Rousseau et al.
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Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1930 by Victor Rousseau, Captain S. P. Meek, Ray Cummings, M. L. Staley C. V. Tench, Murray Leinster, Anthony Pelcher.VOL. I No. 1 JANUARY, 1930. W. M.... More > CLAYTON, Publisher. HARRY BATES, Editor. H. W. WESSOLOWSKI Painted in Water-colors from a Scene in "The Beetle Horde."< Less
Robert Silverberg's Super-Science Fiction By Robert Silverberg
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A FICTION HOUSE PRESS FIRST EDITION: SUPER-SCIENCE FICTION digest magazine was published from 1956 to 1959, with a total of 18 issues appearing on a bi-monthly schedule. Robert Silverberg, both... More > under his own name and several pen-names, appeared in every issue with as many as three stories in an issue. In this book, we collect seven of his stories: "Galactic Thrill Kids", "Three Survived", "Death's Planet", "Misfit", "Prison Planet", "The Fight With the Gorgon", and "The Aliens Were Haters". Fully illustrated.< Less
Super-Science Fiction, August 1959 By Dirk Clinton et al.
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A replica of the August 1959 issue of SUPER-SCIENCE FICTION digest magazine containing "Planet of the Angry Giants" by Dirk Clinton, "The Horror in the Attic" by Alex Merriman,... More > "Monsters That Once Were Men" by Eric Rodman, "Birth of a Monster" by Richard Stark, "Man-Hunting Robot" by James Rosenquest, "World of Creeping Terror" by J. W. Rose, "Which Was the Monster" by Dan Malcolm, and "Specimens" by George H. Smith. NOTE: Dirk Clinton, Eric Rodman, Dan Malcolm, and Alex Merriman were pen names for Robert Silverberg.< Less
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930 By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hiram Gilmore "Harry" Bates III (October 9, 1900... More > – September 1981) was an American science fiction editor and writer. His short story "Farewell to the Master" (1940) was the basis of the well-known science fiction movie The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951).Harry Bates was born Hiram Gilmore Bates III on October 9, 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He began working for William Clayton in the 1920s as the editor of adventure pulp magazines. When Clayton proposed a period adventure magazine, Bates suggested several alternatives that he said would be easier to edit, and Astounding Science Fiction was the result. Bates, who was not a fan of science fiction, edited the magazine from its inception in January 1930 until March 1933, when Clayton went bankrupt and the magazine was sold to Street and Smith. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Bates_(author)< Less
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930 By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hiram Gilmore "Harry" Bates III (October 9, 1900... More > – September 1981) was an American science fiction editor and writer. His short story "Farewell to the Master" (1940) was the basis of the well-known science fiction movie The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951).Harry Bates was born Hiram Gilmore Bates III on October 9, 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He began working for William Clayton in the 1920s as the editor of adventure pulp magazines. When Clayton proposed a period adventure magazine, Bates suggested several alternatives that he said would be easier to edit, and Astounding Science Fiction was the result. Bates, who was not a fan of science fiction, edited the magazine from its inception in January 1930 until March 1933, when Clayton went bankrupt and the magazine was sold to Street and Smith. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Bates_(author)< Less

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