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Epic Robot Fail

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It's the year 2084. Powerful machine minds known as Artilects run our economy...and our sex lives. Humans are free--and unnecessary. We can watch the Olympics on the Moon in virtual reality; upload our consciousness into flawless cybernetic bodies; have complicated emotional relationships with our washing machines. Demented robot sex fetishes and virtual Drug-Love keep us ...more
Published April 23rd 2015 by Smashwords Edition
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Ryan Hyatt
May 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Epic Robot Fail is a collection of four tales based in Los Angeles in 2084 at a time when artificial intelligence begins to supersede human intelligence. As a result, machines also begin to supersede human social status, a fact that quickly challenges many aspects of American life, including civil rights, work, play, relationships, and the meaning of existence itself.

Jake Anderson portrays this clash of absurdity and inevitability in such a succinct and amusing way that it is easy to sympathize
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