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Inteligência Artificial ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Inteligência Artificial Author Brian W. Aldiss – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Cover Artist A Pedro Intelig ncia Artificial a hist ria envolvente de um rapazinho a quem perturba e entristece o facto de n o ser capaz de agradar sua m e Uma rapazinho que ignora que n o verdadeiram Cover Artist A Pedro Intelig ncia Artificial a hist ria envolvente de um rapazinho a quem perturba e entristece o facto de n o ser capaz de agradar sua m e Uma rapazinho que ignora que n o verdadeiramente humano e que a sua intelig ncia artificialEsta hist ria, que tanto fascinou o realizador Stanley Kubrick e que Steven Spielberg adaptou ao cinema, o tema b sico dos tr s primeiros contos da presente selec o de f bulas futur sticas de Brian Aldiss Aqui encontrar o leitor v rios exemplos da capacidade prof tica de Aldiss, bem como da sua vis o do modo como a intelig ncia e a tecnologia poder o vir no futuro a colaborar Desde o pessimismo de III, onde a gan ncia empresarial acaba por tomar o controlo dos recursos naturais, at ao optimismo de O Bot o de Pausa, onde os progressos da medicina conduzem a uma sociedade mais razo vel, as interroga es do autor concentram se numa quest o no fundo essencial ser que a humanidade capaz de evoluir ao mesmo ritmo do que a ci ncia e a tecnologia Brian Aldiss, que unanimemente reconhecido como um dos mais importantes escritores ingleses de fic o cient fica, recebeu o pr mio Grande Mestre da Fic o Cient fica, da Associa o de Escritores de Fic o Cient fica dos EUA.


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  1. Leonard Gaya Leonard Gaya says:

    Brian Aldiss was, with Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Odyssey , and maybe Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange , one of the few contemporary writers who have closely worked with Stanley Kubrick on the development of one of his films Supertoys Last All Summer Long, a short story written by Aldiss around 1969, caught Kubrick s interest in the early 1980s He consequently invited the writer to develop his concept into a full fledged screenplay Aldiss and Kubrick worked together on this project ov Brian Aldiss was, with Arthur C Clarke 2001 A Space Odyssey , and maybe Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange , one of the few contemporary writers who have closely worked with Stanley Kubrick on the development of one of his films Supertoys Last All Summer Long, a short story written by Aldiss around 1969, caught Kubrick s interest in the early 1980s He consequently invited the writer to develop his concept into a full fledged screenplay Aldiss and Kubrick worked together on this project over the years Supertoys is a 10 pages vignette, a short chamber piece set in a future dystopia, which reflects upon the nature of humanity A lonely, isolated woman spends her time idly in a fake garden, with Teddy, her speaking toy, and David, her artificial son Her husband is away, doing business, selling mechanical androids The woman, probably depressed, is unable to feel compassion for her robotic son, or even acknowledge the fact that he, as she will soon discover, genuinely loves her She eventually rejects him Is this child human Is this woman humane Aldiss leaves the question open.Aldiss wrote a couple of tie in sequels to this vignette, included in this volume, along with other stories Nothing in Life is Ever Enough, a retelling of The Tempest from Caliban s eyes, is quite fascinating Kubrick rejected them since he wanted to develop the concept as a parable around Collodi s Pinocchio In the end, Aldiss collaboration with Kubrick wasn t very fruitful, since the filmmaker eventually abandoned the project Shortly after Kubrick s death, however, Steven Spielberg saw the job through the end and released A.I Artificial Intelligence, probably one of his most moving films since and in keeping with E.T The Extraterrestrial


  2. Cécile C. Cécile C. says:

    Like many other people, I picked this book for the first 3 stories, the ones that were the basis for AI I think I hardly ever read anything this bleak The story of the little robot boy who wants to be human so his mother loves him is particularly disturbing What made it particularly efficient was the attention given to details the absent father , the boredom of the mother, and the picture of society at large just one example it is a society in which the developing countries are as starv Like many other people, I picked this book for the first 3 stories, the ones that were the basis for AI I think I hardly ever read anything this bleak The story of the little robot boy who wants to be human so his mother loves him is particularly disturbing What made it particularly efficient was the attention given to details the absent father , the boredom of the mother, and the picture of society at large just one example it is a society in which the developing countries are as starved as ever, but where at least the West has solved the problem of obesity by inventing an electronic tape worm that is inserted in the bowels and eats half of what the person is ingesting , painted with acid, dark humour, in which the story of the little boy is merely another grim detail Very dark, but very human, as well As for the other stories, they were of rather uneven qualities Maybe that s just me getting tired of SF satire that is really about our own world but frankly, was it really that necessary to print a story about a man making huge money by beheading himself in public while the audience is wildly satirised, just to deride the current trends in media and shows in general Doesn t that sound a bit well, d j vu The only redeeming force there is the style At least it is properly cynical Other stories, especially one rewriting of The Tempest, read very well in comparison There was poetry, style, originality There was even that human quality that caught my eye in the three Supertoys stories There were beatiful images, like that planet where women have wings like a peacock s tail There was a measure of humour Overall, that hit the mark much better than the satirical bits which did hit, true, but what is the use when the mark has been hit so often you can t even see it any, except as a big fuzzy clich


  3. Mike Mike says:

    Brian Aldiss has always been one of theun bounded authors By that I mean he strays outside particular definitions of genre or sub genre You could say creative , but all authors are creative.This collection contains a fair sampling of the range of work that he has written over the years Here there are science fiction futures with the near or far extrapolation of science, technology and culture, as one might expect But many of the stories have an almost surreal, subtle flavoring of vi Brian Aldiss has always been one of theun bounded authors By that I mean he strays outside particular definitions of genre or sub genre You could say creative , but all authors are creative.This collection contains a fair sampling of the range of work that he has written over the years Here there are science fiction futures with the near or far extrapolation of science, technology and culture, as one might expect But many of the stories have an almost surreal, subtle flavoring of viewpoint or human condition His short form fiction is very good.Although the collection includes stories with very different feel I enjoyed all of them I won t single out any specific winners or losers, since I read this in brief spurts while on a grueling trip after long work days It s probably worth another read in the future when I can give itattention.I picked it up because it was a slim and lightweight paperback suitable for bring on the plane Not that I actually read any of it while in the air I had no idea that the Super toys trio or the discussion about working with Kubrick were in the book Full disclosure I have not seen AI or read any reviews of the movie, so I had no preconceptions about these stories I thought they fit the style and tone of the collection just as well as any other.The writing, imagination, and novelty of these stories make it a solid 4


  4. Brian Hogan Brian Hogan says:

    I was interested in reading because I heard it was the inspiration for the movie AI, and although I genuinely enjoyed and the concept it felt to melike a first chapter than a short story.Anyway, that s just one person s opinion.Brian


  5. Himanshu Karmacharya Himanshu Karmacharya says:

    Super Toys Last All Summer is a short story on which the movie, A.I., by Steven Spielberg is based The story mainly focuses on philosophical topics of existence and reality.


  6. Shinynickel Shinynickel says:

    Hitting a story in which the tragic ending was that some college age dude didn t get to stay with the girl he d been dating who just turned thirteen has cooled my interest in Aldiss s books considerably Trying to stick this one out, just so I can mark it read , but am in the middle of another story in which some guy with a wife who is blind starts cheating on her with another woman, and thinks it is great fun to get this new lady to walk around the house naked in front of his wife And t Hitting a story in which the tragic ending was that some college age dude didn t get to stay with the girl he d been dating who just turned thirteen has cooled my interest in Aldiss s books considerably Trying to stick this one out, just so I can mark it read , but am in the middle of another story in which some guy with a wife who is blind starts cheating on her with another woman, and thinks it is great fun to get this new lady to walk around the house naked in front of his wife And then to gaslight his wife whenever she asks if someone else is there And there is quite a bit of detail about the sex they are having, and the new lady waving her crotch I believe the word pudendum may have been used at the wife So much so that we re getting into Reefer Madness territory, where perhaps the reader is supposed to find this unsympathetic, but we certainly are spending quite a bit of time detailing it lovingly, aren t we Conclusion It may not be worth it for me mark this book read I want to start reading Dark Matter Addendum Finished it anyway There were one or two stories that were okay But also one where some guy takes a woman back to his room, sexually assualts her, and then when she complains to the headmaster of the school the headmaster shows up in the main character s room to let him known that he, knows how to deal with girls like that, and so not to worry I don t even know


  7. Chris Chris says:

    Pinocchio in spaceIn the world where most people lead a life of leisure robots are doing most of the work The last step in this evolution is to create robots which have consciousness and are able to love and can be adopted by childless parents David is one of the prototypes, but not quite to the satisfaction of his parents When they get permission to have a child of their own they do away with David Which leads to the boys robot s existential crises The writer of the three stories about D Pinocchio in spaceIn the world where most people lead a life of leisure robots are doing most of the work The last step in this evolution is to create robots which have consciousness and are able to love and can be adopted by childless parents David is one of the prototypes, but not quite to the satisfaction of his parents When they get permission to have a child of their own they do away with David Which leads to the boys robot s existential crises The writer of the three stories about David, Brian Aldiss, gives us an interesting account of his talks with director Stanley Kubrick how wants to turn the stories into a movie After Kubrick s death it is finally Steven Spielberg who makes the movie under the title A.I Artificial Intelligence The film is an homage to the director Stanley Kubrick Unfortunately, the writer Brain Aldiss gifs us no account of his weekend long discussions with Steven Spielberg about the stories and the movie Perhaps because Spielberg himself wrote the scenario and there were no weekend long discussions Other than in the book Spielberg makes the surge for the Blue Fairy one of the main storylines of his movie The stories of Brian Aldiss are a lot darker and less easy to grasp As are his other SF stories in this book I especially like the dreamlike A matter of mathematics and Dark society


  8. Finn Finn says:

    To be honest I didn t read the whole thing I just read the 3 stories about David well, because those were the only ones that seemed interesting to me So I m only really rating the first 3 stories, not all of them Maybe someday I ll go back and read the whole book.But about the first 3 well, I saw Steven Speilberg s A.I Artificial Intelligence and loved it, so I had to read the story that was the inspiration First of all the two were pretty similar However, in the movie, David never has To be honest I didn t read the whole thing I just read the 3 stories about David well, because those were the only ones that seemed interesting to me So I m only really rating the first 3 stories, not all of them Maybe someday I ll go back and read the whole book.But about the first 3 well, I saw Steven Speilberg s A.I Artificial Intelligence and loved it, so I had to read the story that was the inspiration First of all the two were pretty similar However, in the movie, David never has that moment of realization that he s an android Well, maybe he does But it s certainly not as deliberate and shocking as in the book Poor David Wouldn t you be in shock, too, if you found out that you were artificial That s a theme in my own writing as well, and I was happy to find it somewhere else in literature.There isn t much else I can say without this turning into a review of the movie, so I ll just say this the short stories I read were very well written and covered some interesting themes I d recommend at least the first 3 stories to anyone who saw and enjoyed A.I., or anyone interested in the idea of artificial intelligence in general


  9. Raj Raj says:

    This collection of short stories includes the famous Supertoys Last All Summer Long as well as the two sequels that Aldiss wrote and which form the basis of the film A.I I ve never managed to read Supertoys until now and I found it a moving story of a boy whose mother doesn t love him The sequels were interesting, but they felt muchbitter than the original story and, to my mind, jarred slightly.I didn t find most of the other stories in the collection hugely memorable, really Most of th This collection of short stories includes the famous Supertoys Last All Summer Long as well as the two sequels that Aldiss wrote and which form the basis of the film A.I I ve never managed to read Supertoys until now and I found it a moving story of a boy whose mother doesn t love him The sequels were interesting, but they felt muchbitter than the original story and, to my mind, jarred slightly.I didn t find most of the other stories in the collection hugely memorable, really Most of them had a feeling of fable about them, so they feltlike fairy tales wrapped in an SF shell, which I like in bits, but I found it wearing after a while To my mind the best story in the collection, other than Supertoys was probably White Mars, a Socratic dialogue describing how a brief utopia is formed on Mars and offering a hopeful vision of the future of Humanity.While all the stories here have merit, beyond the title one, I don t know if I d read many of them again


  10. Fabio Centamore Fabio Centamore says:

    I appreciated several tales from this collection, especially the trilogy of supertoys Supertoys story is quiet different from Spielberg s movie A I , there the focus is on Pinocchio s transposition to the future Here the problem is not that A.I wants to become human like in the movie , here humans had lost their proper humanity Feelings are not real, supertoy mother really doesen t want a child, her love is a sort of game So the situation is quiet overturned the A.I toy seems much mor I appreciated several tales from this collection, especially the trilogy of supertoys Supertoys story is quiet different from Spielberg s movie A I , there the focus is on Pinocchio s transposition to the future Here the problem is not that A.I wants to become human like in the movie , here humans had lost their proper humanity Feelings are not real, supertoy mother really doesen t want a child, her love is a sort of game So the situation is quiet overturned the A.I toy seems muchhuman than its mother


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