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“Contrary to what pulp novels tell us, our end will not come in the form of some robot-perpetrated pogrom. That the machines will see us as a threat requiring elimination seems unlikely to me. My guess is they’ll be fairly benevolent, even indulgent toward us, as a gifted child toward a beloved, enfeebled grandfather. They will have nothing to do with our demise, at least not directly. We will die by increments, as does anything that finds itself completely bereft of purpose. We will die, slowly, of shame.”

– Ron Currie Jr, Flimsy Little Plastic Miracles

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