The Three Laws of Robotics in Popular Culture

The Three Laws Of Robotics In Popular Culture

References to Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics have appeared in a wide variety of circumstances. In some cases, other authors have explored the Laws in a serious fashion. Other references, like those made in the satirical newspaper The Onion, are clearly parodic.

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