Robot bar frequenter tries to find meaning to his life. About 2,300 words or a 12 minute read.
Mistreated robots take control.
Full feature adaptation is in the works:
A round table discusses the implications of a rapidly developing AGI sitting with them.
A story of how Google Deep Mind (or something like it) convinces most people to “drink the koolaid” (suicide) in 7 stages.
Set in a world where robots have taken over the world and established a Catholic style church.
Short and to the point, it has a few puzzles of moderate difficulty. There are a few points where it seems rather hopeless how it can be completed, but some creative thinking can lead to the solution.
In terms of time, it’s somewhat of a short story, though the puzzles extend the time it takes to actually play through it if you have trouble figuring it out.
Can play it for free at :
“Play out thirty years of your life as a brilliant robot maker, from graduate school near the present day to a future in which your robots have changed everything.”
It helped me discover what I valued most in regards to AGI development and my dreams for the future of robot-human interaction. I’d recommend it to anyone serious about AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) or Robots.
For my review read on (about 500 words or a 2 minute read):