by Simon Funk
Publisher: sifter.org 2006
If you could upload your mind, where would you put it? This is a postcyberpunk Extropian sci-fi with psychological and philosophical suspense. The author is an artificial intelligence researcher working on the big questions of perception, understanding, and consciousness.
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