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I remember this story. It is Siema by Anatoly Dnieprov, originally published in Russian in 1958 and translated for publication in More Soviet Science Fiction, edited by Isaac Asimov. Click on the first link for a pdf of the story. Dnieprov's character described a robot (Siema) whose memory depended on a glass sphere whose interior was coated with ferric ...


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Since he's a robot, he probably only sleeps to regain some energy in another part of his body, because whatever alcohol he drinks probably juices him up.


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Heroman Orphaned American boy Joey lives with his grandmother, working at a restaurant in the West Coast city of Center City (センターシティ Sentā Shiti, based on Los Angeles), while going to school. Upon hearing of a new toy robot called the Heybo, Joey believes that getting one will make his life better, turning him into a hero to protect his friends and ...


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