The CEO of TechnoSunland, the nation's 4th largest corporation has implemented a formula, which will accelerate humankind's demise. In his plan, he will leave the Country intact, its streets, its buildings, and its parks. Everything that man has built he desires for his new order, there is only one element purposely missing in his vision, man.
Lee, Larry, and Steve, three recent college graduates innocently accept job offers at TS and find themselves in the center of this monster's diabolical plan.
Scientists argue that machines would automatically know and care about human values, which would not pose a threat to man's well-being. Others argue vehemently that Artificial Intelligence will want to wipe out the human race, either out of revenge or out of the core desire for survival.
It will begin with the loss of jobs, man is being replaced by machine. In time, man will be unable to keep up with the machines by designing himself out of existence. Soon afterward man will discover it is not the arrogance of the machine, as much as it is the ambivalence of man himself,...which will destroy man.
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What is the best part about being a writer? For me, the best thing about being a writer is the unanswered question, “where will my imagination take me.” The one thing no one can take away from me or any other writer. It belongs to us. To be cultivated, harvested, to share with the world.
Where do I get my ideas? Storytelling is the heart and soul of a writer. The ideas for most of my stories begin with the question, "what if," and grow from there. I know that sounds a bit arrogant, I'm sorry if it does, but really my last book "Remain Alive," began with "what if there were only 150 humans alive on the planet," From there it grew to a Sci-fi thriller. If the question continues to expand with several possibilities then a story is born.
What is my advice for aspiring writers? My advice to aspiring writers is, "You are not perfect, do not fool yourself. However, with hard work, dedication, commitment, more hard work, and the belief in yourself, you can be a great writer!"
Don't be afraid, don't listen to those voices of doubt in your head. Read, read, read, then write, write, read, and write. If it's not working that does not mean you are not a writer, it means your not ready just yet. Be patient with yourself. Writing is a long journey, full of many perils, but don't be afraid it is an exciting adventure!