The Inquest

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Technology

 

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Gabriel S

 

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January 25, 2016

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Ultimately, it separates the theorists, like Kurzweil, from the storytellers, like Stanislaw Lem. Lem's "The Inquest" takes a glimpse into the future to show readers what it may look like some day. He uses a futuristic setting to examine the possible role of machines in our daily lives. Conflict, credulity and human nature are at the forefront of this story, all of which allude to deeper meaning in today's world...
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Conflict, credulity and human nature are at the forefront of this story, all of which allude to deeper meaning in today's world. The level of robotics and AI in Lem's "The Inquest" is not farfetched. That is to say, the story is not unconvincing, but simply exaggerated for our time. Though the events are assumed to be taking place in the future, Lem references no time period and forces the reader to blindly suspend disbelief...
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