Scattered among the brutally degentrified neighborhoods of the former New City lie the Friendly Buildings, windows unbroken, cameras spry. When the Clo…
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She didn't know she could, not having seen one during the week the skillware was in her glasses's software library. But the company that supplied Starb…
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Sometimes she pictured small computer screens inside each leaf, code scrolling through them like a bad movie's idea of what hacking looks like. She kne…
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Genetic engineering could buy athletic potential, not the willpower to train and win, or at least that's what your father says every now and then. You …
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"Forget all the sci-fi you've watched. The fantasy of the evil clone is a form of the terror of the doppelganger, which is our fear of our own Shadow. …
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The collapse of the first base on Mars was a harrowing one, sparked by a software error leading to the collapse of the oxygen futures market. Internal …
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You had thought them a laboratory legend, but now one of their agents was in yours, pointing a gun at you while another connected a laptop to the netwo…
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Decades of algorithmic CEO headhunting inevitably led to the evaluation of potential religious charisma at a very early age. Over time the denials of c…
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The first AI superspy was a failure. The only dangers it found were what billionaires, politicians, and would-be terrorists said they wanted to do. On …
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Twenty years after her Alzheimer diagnosis, the person who had been the third-richest on Earth still ran her company with ever-sharper attention to det…
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How many people die every year of the Forever Virus? Media estimates are at best guesses, worsened by the necessity of systematic FOIA requests, both e…
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Thinking back about it, the name "Human Resources" was the only clue we needed.
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