In The Blink of An Eye: A BBC Between the Covers Book Club Pick

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In The Blink of An Eye: A BBC Between the Covers Book Club Pick

In The Blink of An Eye: A BBC Between the Covers Book Club Pick

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g. Edit Decision Lists), but it gets really good again contemplating what we lose when we take an enormous leap forward with technology. In the Blink of an Eye explores the potential future of technology with an in-depth, unforgettable look at grief and humanity, and how surprisingly, one can aide the other. This allows for more of the kind of interactions that happen with the robots in the two predecessors mentioned than would have been the case if Lock had been a totally disembodied program. Therefore, In The Blink Of An Eye should be read by anyone who wants to make, or indeed, analyze film and television. The narrative is immediately engaging, the characters, not just those of Kat and Lock but the others surrounding them, create a group that the reader wants to spend time with.

She believes in gut instinct, experience and being able to read people’s emotions which is everything the AI Lock can’t do and is only programmed to work on logic and facts. Picked to lead a pilot programme that has her paired with AIDE (Artificially Intelligent Detective Entity) Lock, Kat's instincts come up against Lock's logic.Frequently, it takes more work and discernment to decide where not to cut—don’t feel you have to cut just because you are being paid to. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I’m really glad this is not a standalone book and I am looking forward to reading the second book a bit later this year. Outside of the technological marvel, there is a strong crime story with good characters, and events that are sad, shocking and surprising; at times we all but forget Lock is not human, until he acts in a particularly unfeeling, robotic way towards someone who has just received bad news. The relationship between Kat and her son Cam was heartfelt and realistic (coming from a childless person though sooo?

It has universal appeal and seduced our celebrity panel members who wouldn't normally choose a crime book. p. 55 So, instead of fixing the scene itself, you might clarify some exposition that happens five minutes earlier.

Professor Okonedo also adds to the dynamic, providing additional insight into police procedure and how they work with other organisations. A rare crime novel truly as much about character as it is about plot…cried at the ending…huge potential series exploring the human AI connection. Kat and Lock are a strange pair - very different for some very obvious reasons, but beautifully paired exactly because of these differences.



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