Francis Flagg:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Pseudonym of Canadian-born writer Henry George Weiss (1898-1946), in the US from 1919, whose birth name has also been wrongly given as George Henry Weiss; the pseudonym was adopted in memory of Francis Flagg Weiss his brother, according to Forrest J Ackerman who died in 1922. A US resident, Flagg began publishing sf with "The Machine Man of Ardathia" for Amazing in November 1927
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Living Machines
Robots that are able to learn.

The Mentanicals (1934)

Mentanical Communication
Thinking, learning robots have a special means of communication.

The Mentanicals (1934)

Mentanicals
Robots capable of mentation - i.e., thought.

The Mentanicals (1934)

News-Dispenser
Audio news ready when you are.

After Armageddon (1932)

Robots Refuse To Serve Man
When robots evolve their own perspectives, and ultimately refuse to act as servants to human beings.

The Mentanicals (1934)

Tele-Screen
A display screen for live events.

After Armageddon (1932)


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