They [robots] operate based on programs which, no matter how complex, follow rules. As broad as the scope of these rules may be, they are unable to do something that they have not been programmed to do. Human responsibility is derived from our ability to act outside of our scope: to recognize what we are doing, recognize the rules imposed by society, and then intending (under no other rule imposed upon us) to break them. – My philosophy paper
Yet their strength and their speed are still based on a world built on rules. Because of that, they will never be as strong, or as fast, as you can be. -Morpheus
OH MY GOD I DID NOT MEAN TO RIP OFF THE MATRIX
In related news, the wild late-night birthday party the Spanish apartment across from me is having makes me happy and awake as I write the rest of the paper. They’ve played everything from I’m Shipping Up to Las Avispas to Free Bird and Wish You Were Here. They sing nicely for the Spanish songs and awkwardly for the English ones, though to their credit they know all the lyrics.
In class today, the teacher asked, “So what do you guys think? *silence* Well I guess you aren’t thinking, because you were up all night writing the paper. And so I guess you didn’t read the article either. *tangent*”