Acute angles on AI in Oram’s near-future tales

Eating Robots
by Stephen Oram
(Silverwood Books, £6.99)
IN FEWER than 150 pages, Stephen Oram combines the sharp edginess of a JG Ballard with the vaulting inventiveness of a modernist Ovid.
Eating Robots is a fizzingly inventive collection of nearly three dozen short stories from an author rapidly establishing himself as the leading voice on how technology may determine the ways in which societies and individuals are structured in the years to come.
As if he has smashed a crystal ball, Oram offers up sharp and dangerous fragments of various potential near futures that explore the possible... read more

 
12 July 2017 in World News, Views: 61
Source: Morning Star
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