Anthony Boucher:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Anthony Boucher (1911 - 1968) was an editor of science fiction in the US, as well as a mystery writer. Editor of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction for several years
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Micro Book (Microbook) - perfect for space travel
A very small volume, possibly an electronic book.

One Way Trip (1943)

Robass - a robotic mule
A robotic beast of burden.

The Quest for Saint Aquin (1951)

Robot Chef - a creative cook
Creative, autonomous robotic cook.

Robinc (1943)

Robot Taste Buds
A sensor for robots that would allow it to taste foods like a human being.

Robinc (1943)

Royalties For Machine Learning Subjects
A payment to people who are used as subjects for imitation learning by robots.

Q.U.R. (1943)

Usuform Robot - not a mechanical man
A robot designed strictly along functional lines.

Q.U.R. (1943)

Usuform Robot Bartender - with tentacles
A robotic bartender that is designed along purely functional lines.

Q.U.R. (1943)

Verhaeren Factor - creative machines
Provides autonomous robots with the capacity for independent creative action.

Robinc (1943)

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