I try to remember here how I liked the books I read (and what books I read in the first place :-))
These books are only those that I really read to a big extent. So I leave out all the books I read half, but then had something better to do or technical books where I looked something up and then went on. And also I neglect Comics :-(
For the books I read in German, I will try to provide the english title.
How do you spot a robot mimicking a human?
How do you recognize and deactivate a rebel servant robot?
How do you escape a murderous 'smart' house or evade a swarm of marauding robotic flies?
These are the kind of questions Wilson answers. He is a Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon and an aspiring roboticist, so you can call him an expert on the topic.
The book is written as a briefing for humans to be informed for the coming robot uprising. In a funny way.
And it is really well designed (did you ever see "King for a day, fool for a lifetime" by Faith No More? The same designer), with real cool drawings depicting the scenes described. It will look really well on your cupboard.
The only disappointing thing for me was that I knew almost all of the stuff in it. Wait... that's a good thing. But you (the layman) will have fun and learn a lot.