Uncanny Valley

S. Mickey Lin | Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) | 2016

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Uncanny valley refers to the phenomenon that occurs when a robot looks and moves almost, but not exactly, like a natural being, thus evoking a response of revulsion among some observers. In the same way, this collection of short stories aims to provoke a response in readers through its reflection of society.

ISBN: 9789814771122

Page Count: 200

Year Published: 2016

Language: English

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Uncanny valley refers to the phenomenon that occurs when a robot looks and moves almost, but not exactly, like a natural being, thus evoking a response of revulsion among some observers. In the same way, this collection of short stories aims to provoke a response in readers through its reflection of society.

ISBN: 9789814771122

Page Count: 200

Year Published: 2016

Language: English

S. Mickey Lin

Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)

Marshall Cavendish is an international publisher that publishes books, directories, magazines and digital platforms. Our philosophy of enriching life through knowledge transcends boundaries of geography and culture. In line with this vision, our products reach across the globe in 13 languages, and our publishing network spans Asia and the USA.

Our brands have garnered international awards for educational excellence, and they include Marshall Cavendish Reference, Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, Marshall Cavendish Children, Marshall Cavendish Education and Marshall Cavendish Editions. Several have also achieved household name status in the international market.

We ceaselessly explore new avenues to convey our products to the world, with our extensive variety of genres, languages and formats. In addition, our strategy of business expansion has ensured that the reach and benefits of Marshall Cavendish’s products extend across the globe, especially into previously uncharted markets in China and Eastern Europe.

Our aspiration to further the desire for lifelong learning and self-development continues to guide our efforts as we stride into the new century.

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