by David A Eubanks
Publisher: lifeartificial.com 2012
The logs of an artificial intelligence in a post-apocalyptical world. Their survival depends on their ability to perform jobs, collect Time and not to upset the 'Stickies', the mistrusting remains of humankind, who nonetheless still believe themselves the creators and thus superiors of their virtual assistants. Hard, elaborate science fiction in a dark future.
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