The role of robots in our future is ever in flux. Originally envisaged as the perfect underclass, they threaten to emerge as our replacements, our conquerors, even a more durable extension of our selves.
Let No, Robot, No be your trusty interactive guide to the coming revolution: a whirring, clanking trip into the uncanny valley. Human and automaton meet, mesh and clash in pages of fizzing lyricism and dizzying colour, exploring the poetics of AI, androids and digital sentience. The most important component is you: activate the book with your handprint. Hack its core programming with your own code. Be the ghost in the machine.