The now legendary Nikola Tesla, a U.S. physicist of Serbian origin. Studied in Graz University (Austria) and Prague. After working for several electrical industries in Paris and Budapest, he moved to the United States (1984), where he worked under Thomas A. Edison command, who at that time, was an eager proponent of Direct Current (DC).
His ideas and patents remain controversial to this day. Some of the scientific community and people in general, due to cultural popularity, see him as the precursor of many of today's inventions. While others see him as someone who "borrowed" many of his ideas from the people he worked with. To this day, and many days to come probably, Nikola Tesla inspires many scientist and engineers alike.
In this book, you'll see Nikola Tesla in his own eyes, and you will get an insight on what he saw of himself.
"... But we are not going to stop at this. Telautomata will be ultimately produced, capable of acting as if possessed of their own intelligence, and their advent will create a revolution." Nikola Tesla, My Inventions