The Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect ***SINGULARITY CREW***

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  1. jeeteeare

    jeeteeare New Member

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    I've posted this in OT before, but if you're into the technological singularity (Matrix type shit), then read this short story.

    http://www.kuro5hin.org/prime-intellect/mopi1.html

    Very tight shit :bowdown:

    BTW, the technological singularity is defined as:
     
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    jeeteeare New Member

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    Chapter 3 is where it gets into the actual singularity
     
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    Euclid New Member

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    I just read this, and it was really interesting.

    Thanks! :wavey:
     
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    spofoman Active Member

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    this belongs in on topic
     
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    red_fox New Member

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    I'd say it's "beyond reality" enough
     
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    Jsweet Ouch, denied.

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    Excellent read. Why isnt this a more widely published short story? Roger Williams deserves way more credit for this work. :bowdown:
     
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    read it, interesting

    have you guys read asimov's robot series?

    The Caves of Steel (1954), ISBN 0-553-29340-0 (first Elijah Baley SF-crime novel)
    The Naked Sun (1957), ISBN 0-553-29339-7 (second Elijah Baley SF-crime novel)
    The Robots of Dawn (1983), ISBN 0-553-29949-2 (third Elijah Baley SF-crime novel)
    Robots and Empire (1985) (sequel to the Elijah Baley trilogy)
     
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    The Metamorphosis was a really good read. Thanks for linking it for us. It's been a while since my last cognitive science foray, and this hit the spot very well. Lots of interesting stuff.
     
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