Guess who got approved for this book on NetGalley? :)
I haven't heard of this book before, so it's new to me. It's actually a non-fiction book about the growing use of robotics in today's society and how the technological relationship between different types of robotics and humans is growing and further understood (it also discusses myths of robotic autonomy, but I'm not sure in what capacity it goes into). I'm not sure when I'll get a chance to read this one, but it seems fascinating, nonetheless.
I've got another NetGalley approval post coming at some point since my haul over the past few days was a lot more than I expected. (Probably since it's the beginning of the month or thereabouts).
Also have way too many reviews to update here. Playing catch up with actually writing them (because my reading speed has been the same, just haven't updated because I work at a computer for my day job and usually when I come home, I try to take breaks).