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Management thinkers need to ponder more about homo-robo relations. ROBOTS have been the stuff of science fiction for so long that it is surprisingly hard to see them as the stuff of management fact. An American writer, Isaac Asimov, confronted them with their most memorable dilemmas. Hollywood turned them into superheroes and supervillains. When some film critics drew up lists of Hollywood's 50 greatest good guys and 50 greatest baddies, the only character to appear on both lists was a robot, the Terminator.