mikevisciano:

A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

mikevisciano:

  • A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
  • A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
  • A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.



roseycheekesblog:

Identity Crisis

roseycheekesblog:

Identity Crisis




asimovrobots:

inspired by I, Robot

asimovrobots:

inspired by I, Robot

(Source: fav.me)







"The Master created humans first as the lowest type, most easily formed. Gradually, he replaced them by robots, the next higher step, and finally he created me, to take the place of the last humans. From now on, I serve the Master."

"The Master created humans first as the lowest type, most easily formed. Gradually, he replaced them by robots, the next higher step, and finally he created me, to take the place of the last humans. From now on, I serve the Master."

(Source: trantoriana)




teedesigners:

"M0535" by Dann MatthewsCurrently up for vote on Threadless
M0535 delivering the 3 laws of robotics
Dann’s site | Tumblr | Facebook

teedesigners:

"M0535" by Dann Matthews
Currently up for vote on Threadless

M0535 delivering the 3 laws of robotics

Dann’s site | Tumblr | Facebook




altlyon:

Golan Trevize, from Asimov’s Foundation and Earth, another lost fragment.

altlyon:

Golan Trevize, from Asimov’s Foundation and Earth, another lost fragment.




bishopsbox:

Illustration for Robot dreams (Isaac Asimov, 1986)
Ilustración para Sueños de robot (Isaac Asimov, 1986)
by/por: Ralph McQuarrie, the great concept artist / el gran artista de concepto

bishopsbox:

Illustration for Robot dreams (Isaac Asimov, 1986)

Ilustración para Sueños de robot (Isaac Asimov, 1986)

by/por: Ralph McQuarrie, the great concept artist / el gran artista de concepto




asimovrobots:

Elvex, Dr Calvin, and Dr Rash

What artist does these? I’ve never seen them before… If anyone knows, please tell me! :)

asimovrobots:

Elvex, Dr Calvin, and Dr Rash

What artist does these? I’ve never seen them before… If anyone knows, please tell me! :)

(Source: deviantart.com)




spica-tea:

I drew a Daneel.

spica-tea:

I drew a Daneel.




smyrno:

You listen to me, George. I won’t have my daughter entrusted to a machine — and I don’t care how clever it is. It has no soul, and no one knows what it may be thinking. A child just isn’t made to be guarded by a thing of metal.
(art: Ray Dillon)

smyrno:

You listen to me, George. I won’t have my daughter entrusted to a machine — and I don’t care how clever it is. It has no soul, and no one knows what it may be thinking. A child just isn’t made to be guarded by a thing of metal.

(art: Ray Dillon)