Brother Robot by Henry Slesar:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Great reading; it tells the story of a roboticist who dreams of raising a robot child in a human family. As the robot child grows up, though, it becomes clear that the rest of the world is not quite so accepting of robots raised as people. Select an invention:

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