The Robot Who Wanted to Know by Harry Harrison:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Amusing short story details the life of Filer 13B-445-K, a librarian robot who was programmed to be curious about everything. But curious about love? A robot may have the intellectual capacity to wonder, but to find out? Select an invention:

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