R.U.R. - Rossum’s Universal Robots

Aventinum (1920)
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The play begins in a factory that makes artificial people, called roboti (robots), from synthetic organic matter. They seem happy to work for humans at first, but that changes, and a hostile robot rebellion leads to the extinction of the human race
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