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Robots do only what they’re told. Robots can’t generate an original thought, or when they do it is because of an anomaly in their scripts.

Robots are there to output other people’s directions and ideas.

Robots don’t look back at their lives and ruminate on new ideas and new thoughts.

Robots can never answer what they’re interested in. Robots are made of circuits which were made by someone else.

Robots are focused. But have no peripheral vision*.

I borrowed this from Tinker Dabble Doodle Try, Srini Pillay M.D.


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