Crimes and Punishment Read and Understood by Robots : World Classics Translated and Brought to You by Machines
Once robots finally take over the humanity, they will inherit all the innumerable treasures of human culture, including literature. And the new masters of Earth will surely have one hell of a trouble understanding their predecessors. Our feelings, our emotions, the affinities of our relations, our existential dilemmas - all that makes us human - will be damn difficult for them to understand. RobotsRead brings you the world literary classics as it is machine translated and mis/understood by AI. It feels awfully wrong - and yet suspiciously hilarious. In the first and opening volume of our series, Robots Read Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment - the cult philosophical novel on the boundaries of human and godly, of what's permitted and what's prohibited to a man, the definitions of freedom, the sin, and the atonement. IDEAL READING FOR RESTROOM!
- Paperback | 468 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 29.72mm | 684.92g
- 02 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Pub