Alliances (Stargate: SG-1, Book 8) by Karen Miller

By Karen Miller

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When Jacob Carter asks common Hammond for SG-1's participation in a project for the Tok'ra, it kind of feels just like the solution to O'Neill's issue. The secretive Tok'ra are working out of hosts, and Jacob believes he's came upon the answer-but it ability O'Neill and his group needs to hazard their lives infiltrating a Goa'uld slave breeding farm to recruit people keen to hitch the Tok'ra.

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I’d have said so myself if I weren’t afraid of frightening off the execs. ” “What are words? I’m trying to get a robot with the capacity to make random correlations at enormous speeds, together with a key-significance high-recognition quotient. And I’m trying to put those words into positronic field equations. I thought I had it, too, but I don’t. ” Jane-2 spoke tonelessly at last. ” It was the first sound she had made. Madarian’s eyes rolled upward. ” “I gathered that,” said Bogert. ” “Oh, I’ll get it, “ muttered Madarian.

No, no! Give us time, damn it. I mean the matter of her voice was an inspiration. Listen, after we were chauffeured from the airport to the main administration building at Flagstaff, we uncrated Jane and she stepped out of the box. When that happened, every man in the place stepped back. Scared! Nitwits! If even scientists can’t understand the significance of the Laws of Robotics, what can we expect of the average untrained individual? For a minute there I thought: This will all be useless. They won’t talk.

Robots had never been deeper. Robertson attempted to find consolation in the fact that the very completeness of the destruction had utterly hidden the illegalities of which the firm had been guilty. Peter shook his head and mourned. “We’ve lost the best chance U. S. Robots ever had of gaining an unbeatable public image; of overcoming the damned Frankenstein complex. What it would have meant for robots to have one of them work out the solution to the habitable-planet problem, after other robots had helped work out the Space Jump.

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