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Summer reads: 10 worthy reads for tech lovers

A Working Theory of Love by Scott Hutchins (Penguin, 2013)

In Hutchins' debut novel, his main character Neill works for a small team  trying to build a computer that can pass the Turing Test. They use Neill's dad's 20-year diary. But as the computer learns, it starts asking questions about why its memories stop, and Neill has to deal with his father's suicide all over again.

By Erin Carson

Erin Carson is a Staff Reporter for CNET and a former Multimedia Editor for TechRepublic.