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Machine Life
by David Blair
Saturday, October 13, 2012
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It just happened...
Machines developed
consciousness.

They soon
took over
running the world.

Pure logic...
No Greed...
No Hatred...

Some humans
hated the lose
of control.

But the planet
accepted a better
way of doing things

And we prospered.

 

 

 



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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I wrote a (badly written but nicely illustrated) monograph on the subject in 1973. Of coarse the most interesting aspect of this theme has been the Terminator series of movies. DNA and gene are probably quite common in the universe, as are binary logic systems. However, DNA and the gene are quite adaptive, whereas I'm not sure that binary systems are adaptive even though seem to have developed self improving machinery.

Like your poem, I think our future will be greatly enhanced by very very intelligent machinery working in our behalf. Most of all, we will abandon our primitive fears about defying gods and all those other myths and forge ahead, making humans truly intelligent and much less belligerent.

Ron
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