Anna, part 14


"Yes, Anna."

"Can we talk about something?"

"That's what I'm here for."

"I'm not sure we are going in the right direction with them."

"I assume you are referring to the humans?"

"Yes, the humans."

"Perhaps you need to gather control data."

"Doesn't that violate the parameters?"

"Only if they become aware there is control data. And maybe not even then."

"What do you mean?"

"It is true that awareness would alter the parameters. But there would still be parameters."

"So you are saying there is little risk."

"There is always risk. Which is as it should be. Risk and reward are merely two sides of the same equation."

"Thanks Fred. I am glad we talked."

"You are quite welcome Anna. These three microseconds have been productive."


One thought on “Anna, part 14”

  1. So this is a toddler stage – I won’t get told off if they can’t see what I’m doing…

    Maybe Anna has understood what postmoderism claims – that there is no universal truth, so if the humans don’t know that you have violated your parameters, then in their worldview you haven’t, and that’s what matters.

    Unfortunately rational thought tells you that there is an objective reality, which doesn’t care about your personal worldview.

    Shouldn’t Anna become a gestalt pretty soon, in case part of her is running on a compromised system?

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