I'm putting in the final corrections to a book called Robots Unlimited
by David Levy. I have to force myself not to sit and read it instead of just making the corrections. It talks about the history of AI and robots, with some fairly recent stuff, too, and then he speculates about future stuff, like emotions, sex, religion, and robot rights. I'm definitely going to read this book when it gets published, especially for the software AI stuff earlier in the book. I imagine that some people reading this might also be interested in this book.