PG-13 | | Drama, Mystery, Romance
A scientist's drive for artificial intelligence, takes on dangerous implications when his consciousness is uploaded into one such program.
24 April 2014 | richardbrucebaxter
10 | I gave it 10 as it is both novel and brilliant - though if I explained why I might spoil it for you
The writer has obviously thought about the challenge of building AI seriously. I have heard it before and will ...
They say there's power in Boston. Some phone service in Denver. But things are far from what they were. Maybe it was all invevitable. An unavoidable collision between mankind and technology. The Internet was meant to make the world a smaller place. ...
Will Caster is killed by the highly toxic radio-active element, Pollonium (the same one used to murder Alexander Litvinenko in true-life in 2006). Despite its toxicity (scientists estimate that 1 gram could kill 50 million people), his wife and friends are allowed to remain with him in close proximity until his death. Whilst intact skin is actually a barrier to the passage of alpha radiation particles to a nearby person (so we could let them off this goof), we later see Caster's cremated ashes being tossed into the breeze above a river for all to breath in. These are hardly actions that any homeland security or radiation expert would conceivably have allowed to happen.
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