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Exhalation is a science fiction short story by Ted Chiang. It won the 2009 Hugo Award for Best Short Story.
Cory Doctorow reading the start of his short story, I Robot:
"It’s a riff on Asimov’s robots stories, in which only one kind of robot is allowed — I tried to use this to show how such a world would be one of universal, totalitarian Broadcast Flags, technology mandates that restrict innovation and liberty."
Ted Chiang’s short story "What’s Expected of Us"