How many times has Isaac Asimov been published?
Dr Asimov had published 504 books and passed away in 1992.
Thomas Creede in 1599 published the popular second quarto. The first quarto was published in 1597 by John Danter. The play was part of the First Folio, published by John Heminges and Henry Condell and printed by Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount in 1623. Since then it has been published innumerable times.
It was a plot device in a number of short stories published in SF magazines, later collected in the 'I Robot' stories. (Which are quite different from the film of that name. I don't think that he intended them to be taken seriously. They have never been applied by any robot manufacturer. They just made a hit. In his later stories he found all sorts of loopholes in those laws.
The word "robot" is first credited to the acclaimed Czech playwright Karel Capek (1890-1938), from the Czech word for forced labor or serf, in his writings in 1920. However, the concept of "mechanical men" has been around at least since the mid-1800s. The word "robotics" was first used in Runaround, a short story published in 1942, by Isaac Asimov (born Jan. 2, 1920, died Apr. 6, 1992). I, Robot, a collection of several of these…
In the story The fun They Had by Isaac Asimov why did Margie ask Tommy why would anyone write about school?
1. there is no such thing as an autonomous robot. That would require an autonomous computer. 2. Unfortunately, there have been a number of entertainment forms that suggest the existence of autonomous robots, but that is just fantasy; it isn't real. 3. Isaac Asimov hypothesized sentient robots and they became real in the world of science fiction/fantasy.
The first actual robot was created in 1961 by Joseph F. Engelberger. It was called the Ternstedt Die-caster and basically dropped car parts made from molten steel into a cooling liquid. The word "robot" is first credited to the acclaimed Czech playwright Karel Capek (1890-1938), from the Czech word for forced labor or serf, in his writings in 1920. However, the concept of "mechanical men" has been around since the mid 1800s. The word "robotics"…
Posthumous. This means "after death". All of Shakespeare's poetry which was published at all was first published when he was alive. The same cannot be said of the plays. Some sixteen or seventeen of the plays, including such well-known ones as Macbeth, Julius Caesar, The Tempest and As You Like It were first published in the omnibus volume known as the First Folio in 1623, seven years after Shakespeare's death. One play was first published…
Ludwig Koechel compiled a catalogue of Mozart's works in approximate chronological order because most of them had not been published in his lifetime. It was published in 1862 and has been revised several times since then, so the numbers get a little mixed up for some works because new facts have been discovered about their real chronological order.
Two of Shakespeare's sonnets were published in the 1599 compilation The Passionate Pilgrim and all of them were subsequently published in the collection Shake-speare's Sonnets published in 1609. They have been in print continuously since. The sonnets as a collection were published in 1609. A couple of them had been previously published in an anthology called The Passionate Pilgrim in 1599. 1609