David Levy, the internationally recognised expert on artificial intelligence, is the President of the International Computer Games Association. In 1997 he led the team that won the world championship for conversational computer software in New York. He is the author of the industry primer, "Robots Unlimited".
'Utterly fascinating' - New Statesman. 'Oddly - very oddly - fascinating ... It's no mean feat just presenting a prediction as outlandish as that as unabashedly as Levy does. But more impressive still is how coherently he backs it up' - Telegraph. 'The idea behind the book - a world in which robots appear to be just like us - is fascinating. It raises important questions about the future of robots. What we might want from them and what our interactions might teach us about ourselves' - New Scientist. 'Will surely rank as the definitive study of such phenomena for years to come' - LA Times book review. 'A controversial and troubling arousing book' - USA Today. 'The safest sex on the planet' - Wired. 'Racy, divertingly illustrated book' - The Guardian.