Artificial Intelligence

No one ever really had a grasp on what intelligence was, so descriptions of artificial intelligence have always been vague. Computers seem capable, given an adequate database of information, to make some comparisons and evaluations and recognize repetitive patterns, much like a child learning to speak. It scares us to think this is possible - after all, we built these to be better able to control our environment, or so we thought. Perhaps something has driven us to build machines that can control us. Maybe our terminals are the first signs of our end, their monitors watching us coolly through their phosphor glow.

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