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Surrounded by his robot toys and sculptures, Clayton Bailey of Port Costa, California, is living proof that not everyone feels threatened by the prospect of being surrounded by mechanical human beings. In the studio behind his home, Bailey stands among the large robots he has sculpted since retiring as a professor of art from California State University, Hayward. He and his wife, Betty, have collected robot and space toys for the past 30 years. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 230-231.

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Surrounded by his robot toys and sculptures, Clayton Bailey of Port Costa, California, is living proof that not everyone feels threatened by the prospect of being surrounded by mechanical human beings. In the studio behind his home, Bailey stands among the large robots he has sculpted since retiring as a professor of art from California State University, Hayward. He and his wife, Betty, have collected robot and space toys for the past 30 years. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 230-231.