|Wetware (1988) [Novel]|
by Rudy Rucker
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(From the publisher):
In 2030, bopper robots in their lunar refuge have founds a way to infuse DNA wetware with their own software code. The result is a new lifeform: the meatbop. Fair is fair, after all. Humans built the boppers, now bops are building humans... sort of. It's all part of an insidious plot that's about to ensnare Della Taze — who doesn't think she killed her lover while in drug-induced ecstasy... but isn't sure. And it's certainly catastrophic enough to call Cobb Anderson — the pheezer who started it all — out of cold-storage heaven.
Original title: Wetware
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Technology→ Computers, Automation, Artificial Intelligence