I n addition to books and articles in the scientific and medical literature that provided the scientific basis for Digital People, the popular books and articles listed below are good sources for interested readers who want more information in accessible form.
Asimov, Isaac. I, Robot. 1950. NewYork: Bantam, 1991. Aurich, Rolf, Wolfgang Jacobsen, and Gabriele Jatho, eds. Artificial Humans: Manic
Machines, Controlled Bodies. Berlin: Jovis, 2000. Austen, Ian.“Learning to Speak Their Minds.” New orkTimes 19 July 2002, sec. D, p. 1. Baum, Joan. The Calculating Passion of Ada Byron. Hamden, CT:Archon, 1986. Baxter, John. Science Fiction in the Cinema. London:Tantivy Press, 1974. Behar, Michael.“The New Mobile Infantry.” Wired 10.05, May 2002. Beresford, David.“My Life as a Cyborg.” The Guardian 3 December, 2002. Blakeslee, Sandra.“Brain Signals Shown to Move A Robot’s Arm.” NewYork Times 16
November 2000, sec.A, p. 18. _______________ “In Pioneering Duke Study, MonkeyThink, Robot Do.” NewYork
Times 13 October 2003 sec.A, p. 15. Broad,William J.“Soon,Three New Travelers to Mars.” New orkTimes 27 May 2003,
sec. D, pp. 1, 4. Brooks, Rodney A. Flesh and Machines: How Robots Will Change Us. New York:
Pantheon, 2002. Brumbaugh,Robert S.Ancient Greek Gadgets and Machines.NewYork:Thomas Crowell,
1966. Bukatman, Scott. Blade Runner. London: British Film Institute, 1997.