Susan Calvin

Susan Calvin

Dr. Susan Calvin is a fictional character from Isaac Asimov's Robot series. She was the chief robopsychologist at US Robots and Mechanical Men, Inc., the major manufacturer of robots in the 21st century. She was the main character in many short stories from the books I, Robot and The Complete Robot.

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List Of Isaac Asimov's Robot Series Characters - Susan Calvin
... Susan Calvin is a character in many short stories ... Calvin as a highly driven woman, focused on her work and divorced from normal emotions, almost more "robotic" than her mechanical patients ...
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