Let us take as the premise for our story
that at sometime in the future some forward thinking industrial concern might consider that a market existed for an android to serve as
a personal assistant of the sort known as a butler. They would most likely search the historical records for a model upon whom
to base their new creation. If their researches were thorough they would have chosen the paragon of butlers for this role.
Now, if the title of the company were "Jephsen-Hembreck-Emmersohn" and the device was known as an "Electronic Butler System"
they might well devise an acronym to describe their product. For example, "Jheebs."
Now, let us also suppose that at some point in the future, when the Human Race has migrated to other planets and developed social systems unique to those planets, at least one planet will have happened upon a happy formula for creating a peaceful, prosperous and equitable society, a near utopia if you will. Human nature being what it is, we can be certain that there will be a number of people who, for reasons of their own, are driven disrupting the peaceful order of things. And human nature being what it is, you can also be certain that in this society where exercising the bare minimum of adequately good judgment is all that is required to live a comfortable life, there will be at least one individual cursed with the gene for disasters. In this story we will call him Dunstan Malvern.
When you combine these two elements, a near perfect android and a regrettably imperfect human, you inevitably will have "Upredictable Results."
A Note on Covers: There are two slightly different covers for "Unpredictable Results." The original, 2004 printing by Virtual Bookworm has the title on one line.
Some used copies are floating around and it's still listed by Amazon and some other booksellers (though you shouldn't be able to order a new copy).
The 2011 Createspace printing, which cleaned up some of those embarassing typos that slipped through the first time, has the title on two lines.