THE LITTLE I AND THE BIG UNIVERSE OF AUTOMATION

WHO HASN'T FELT slightly desperate at hearing that list of 11 automated options at the other end of the phone: "Please press 1," etc., etc.

True, automation technology is generally saving labor, saving money, making things more broadly efficient. And although no one wants to go back to rotary dialing or typewriters, everything is poised to increase exponentially in the fields of artificial intelligence and nanotechnology—the science of programming incredibly miniscule mechanisms to "learn" and rapidly reproduce themselves in ever more capable forms.

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