The Two Faces of Tomorrow

Author: James P. Hogan

By the mid-21st Century, technology had become much too complicated for humans to handle — and the computer network that had grown up to keep civilization from tripping over its own shoelaces was also beginning to be overwhelmed. Something Had To Be Done.As a solution, Raymond Dyer’s project developed the first genuinely self-aware artificial intelligence — code name: Sp….Read More

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