D.C. Lozar, M.D. worked for the National Institute for Health (N.I.H.), at Cook County in trauma surgery, and has practiced family medicine in Southern California for over two decades. He writes non-fiction and fiction that explores what makes our species determined to create something artificial that behaves as if it were human. Whether it is a medical algorithm pretending to be a doctor or a city of androids plotting to kick out their human masters, he offers readers a fast-paced shuttle into the not-so-distant future.