The Hidden Colony by Otfrid von Hanstein:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
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You will find the present novel filled with the suspense that is necessary in any good story, and you cannot help liking it, once you start reading. It is not only an excellent mystery-fantasy tale of superior merit, but a story with a human touch — a vivid, convincing style pervades each page and puts this novel among the classics."
(Conscious autonomous farm robot)
A factory that works entirely automatically, without human guidance.
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