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Storm over utopia / A. A.Glynn.

By: Glynn, A. A [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Linford mystery library: Publisher: Leicester : Linford, 2016Edition: Large print edition.Description: 224 pages (large print) ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9781444828061; 1444828061.Subject(s): Utopias -- Fiction | Artificial intelligence -- Fiction | Great Britain -- History -- George VI, 1936-1952 -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Detective and mystery stories.Summary: After the Second World War, Britain looks forward to a brave new future. The University of Central UK creates an experimental model of society: a push-button environment of ease, with an artificial brain at its heart. Located on a remote Scottish isle, it starts off with great hopes. Then snags arise. The great electronic brain begins to malfunction in an alarming manner, and the ideal society is thrown into turmoil...
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After the Second World War, Britain looks forward to a brave new future. The University of Central UK creates an experimental model of society: a push-button environment of ease, with an artificial brain at its heart. Located on a remote Scottish isle, it starts off with great hopes. Then snags arise. The great electronic brain begins to malfunction in an alarming manner, and the ideal society is thrown into turmoil...

After the Second World War, Britain looks forward to a brave new future. The University of Central UK creates an experimental model of society: a push-button environment of ease, with an artificial brain at its heart. Located on a remote Scottish isle, it starts off with great hopes. Then snags arise. The great electronic brain begins to malfunction in an alarming manner, and the ideal society is thrown into turmoil...

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