Master Minds

Third Flatiron Anthologies presents Master Minds, a mind expandingcollection of short stories exploring sentience and sapience It s Question Time What is intelligence, anyway Who has it Whowants it Can humans recognize it in other species Come theSingularity, will humans survive Is survival only for the fittest What will newly sentient creations want to do first Third Flatiron Anthologies presents Master Minds, a mind expandingcollection of short stories exploring sentience and sapience It s Question Time What is intelligence, anyway Who has it Whowants it Can humans recognize it in other species Come theSingularity, will humans survive Is survival only for the fittest What will newly sentient creations want to do first Can we lovemachines, and can they love us back Could the Mozart effect ofmusic transform us Are the super intelligent likely to betormented by issues like happiness and the meaning of life Join new and established speculative fiction writers as they considerthe many different meanings of intelligence.
Master Minds Third Flatiron Anthologies presents Master Minds a mind expandingcollection of short stories exploring sentience and sapience It s Question Time What is intelligence anyway Who has it Whowants it Ca

  • Title: Master Minds
  • Author: Juliana Rew Martin Clark Konstantine Paradias William Huggins Ellen Denton Jason Lairamore Vince Liberato N.M. Whitley
  • ISBN: 9780692237861
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Juliana Rew Martin Clark Konstantine Paradias William Huggins Ellen Denton Jason Lairamore Vince Liberato N.M. Whitley

    Juliana Rew was an NCAR science and technical writer in Boulder, Colorado, and is editor at Third Flatiron Publishing, publishing SF and fantasy anthologies.

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    • Robina Williams said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:32 PM

      The stories in Third Flatiron Publishing's Summer 2014 anthology, titled "Master Minds," are as intriguing as ever. The editor, Juliana Rew, had sought stories on the theme of "Intelligence," and every author, unless I am mistaken, has chosen to set his or her story in the future and to introduce into their stories characters that contain computer-altered, or computer-generated, life forms; there are some fascinating plots blending the human, the technologically altered human, the post-human, an [...]

    • Neil Davies said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:32 PM

      As with the vast majority of anthologies I've read, Master Minds is something of a mixed bag in terms of likes and dislikes. However, the general quality of the Third Flatiron anthologies continues to impress me and all the stories, whether they struck a chord with me or not, are well written.The majority of stories include some kind of Artificial Intelligence and, after a while, despite the variations, I found I needed a break from that particular theme. But I'm nitpicking. What I want to do he [...]

    • Jaimie Engle said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:32 PM

      Third Flatiron has published another amazing anthology. Filled with unique stories based around the premise of "intelligence", a variety of writers have shared their definition of the word through amazing anthropological science-fiction. This is the fifth anthology I have read and they just keep getting better. Editor Julie Rew has a keen eye for excellence and variety when choosing which short stories to include in her anthologies. If you love science-fiction mixed with some facts about the hum [...]

    • Joshua Hair said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:32 PM

      This was a First Reads win from a giveaway. As a collection of short stories, Master Minds works as any anthology does: it offers a few gems, a few duds, and a few more lackluster pieces. This one, however, seems to have more of the second and third than the first. While (almost) none of the stories were terrible exactly, they just lacked the punch and power necessary to make them real winners. A handful showed promise, and I certainly wouldn't mind seeing them rewritten or expanded upon in the [...]

    • Staci Suhy said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:32 PM

      I received this book for free as part of a first reads promotion

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