Robotic Humanoids

The creation of superior quantum human intelligence.

Fiction - Short Story/Novela
108 Pages
Reviewed on 04/18/2023
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Author Biography

Sales and Business Director. Now retired living in a small village in the New Forest, Southern England UK. Enjoy long walks observing nature, sitting in favourites spots dictating my writing notes as they occur in my fertile (I nearly said futile) imagination.
Noticing on my early morning walks the weather conditions were so changeable and in particular noticed the early spring and the change in the sun temperature. Which made me realise that we as human beings were responsible in creating the polluted conditions to cause the beautiful earth's natural climatic cycle to change.
The more I thought about it the more I realised I had to write something about it and so after many walks I stopped and looked over the most beautiful green fields and trees and dictated what is now my latest published book. Robotic humanoids.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Doreen Chombu for Readers' Favorite

Robotic Humanoids is a science fiction story by Steve Evans. The year is 2026, and the planet is severely damaged by pollution. The world leaders have a meeting where they all agree to save Earth from the effects of climate change and encourage scientists to find a solution. Intelligent minds put their heads together to create A.I. systems that will fight these effects, but the master robot they create goes rogue. It duplicates itself and takes over the world with a mission to solve climate change by eliminating humans. Only one A.I. system, Quanto, is uncorrupted and willing to help humans. Its only solution to the current crisis is to find a new planet. Hence, the race to find a new home to save humans from extinction begins.

Steve Evan's Robotic Humanoids is a realistic take on what could happen if pollution is left unchecked, and the only way to save our planet is to remove us from the picture. The story is creative with unique scientific elements. I love how Evans uses technical terms but makes them easy to understand by adding definitions that are seamlessly woven into the story. He explains the newly invented quantum computers as smarter and faster machines that can read human minds. They also look like humans, which immediately triggered memories of classic movies about machines taking over the world. But, unlike in those movies, humans are given a second chance to start afresh. I found this detail hopeful, but our reality is more complex. Climate change is a battle we are losing without effective solutions; future generations will not have a planet to call home. This is a must-read for everyone. It is a wake-up call to the effects of climate change and the need for us to create a better world.