Books by Martine Rothblatt

VIRTUALLY HUMAN by Martine Rothblatt
Released: Sept. 9, 2014

"A thoughtful philosophical exploration of the role of virtual humans in our future."
Computers cannot mimic human consciousness, and human-level artificial intelligence may not be possible for centuries, according to many scientists—but not according to the author of this ingenious book, who commissioned a "mindclone" of her spouse, which contains memories and has the ability to talk and express emotions. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 1995

"Written with heart and insight, the text stimulates ideas about gender, but it is lacking in concrete evidence."
An overly optimistic analysis of the potential for sexual liberation. Read full book review >