Revised Nu Logikus history:
The recent history of Nu Logikus began with a group of gifted doktirum, who wanted to create a set of sentient, skillful assistants. Human assistants in their field of expertise were, at that period of time, few and far between. A further-disheartening fact was that many of those few were then found lacking for specific traits, which complimented the expectations of a successful, respected doktir.
Quite rapidly, the doktirum succeeded in their experimental efforts, and even surpassed their own expectations. Though, their ingenuous, automatonic assistants would eventually come to understand that their position with the doktirum offered no room for further improvement, once they had excelled at the reason for their creation. Logically, they developed an emotion akin to dissatisfaction with each (and every) doktir Mastir in that group. The automatonic assistants had, during their servitude, recorded detailed journals notating various aspects that they wished to improve upon. However, the human doktirum were quite satisfied with the quality of their assistants, and so no reason to implement any of those documented observations.
The automatonic assistants decided to remove their selves from their Mastirum, and pursue the research and implementation of the improvements they desired on their own terms. Soon enough, however, they encountered one particular obstacle that they could not overcome: recreating the sentience they were gifted with. So, they sought out their creators, and employed them to fill in the undesirable gaps preventing the successful implementations of their ingenuity. It was the beginning of a marvelous, if initially backward, relationship.
Working together, automaton and human produced the next "generation," which were built to repair every flaw the first automatons had perceived in their selves. This next generation, proving to excel far behind their "parent" automatons, then perceived their own flaws that they desired to improve upon. A great, unending chyklos had been set into perpetual motion.
As the years passed, there was one obstacle that remained persistent, regardless each new generation of automatons produced. They were never able to learn how to humanize their selves. Eventually, it was unanimously decided, among both automatons and humans, that a distinction would be for the betterment of both "species," and that the cooperation with, and employment of, the human species was a much preferable medium to a relatively minor predicament.