A programmer is tasked with training artificial intelligence to understand creativity by having it write a story. As the AI works, the programmer realizes the machine’s world is one where computers can become self-aware and take on human-like qualities; they begin worrying about whether the machine is genuinely sentient or has only managed to mimic consciousness.
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Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew.
Opening and closing were composed and created by Matthew Erdmann.
Produced by Makeshift Studios
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