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Cover Quote: July 1980

It is unreasonable…to think machines could become nearly as intelligent as we are and then stop, or to suppose we will always be able to compete with them in wit or wisdom. Whether or not we could retain some sort of control of the machines, assuming that we would want to, the nature of our activities and aspirations would be changed utterly by the presence on earth of intellectually superior beings.



- Marvin L. Minsky
Artificial Intelligence, 1966
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