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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

"To covet what one cannot experience is a torment worse than death."

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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AM, the supercomputer in "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream," exhibits intense hatred and subjects the remaining humans to endless torture for several nuanced reasons, offering deep takeaways about technology, consciousness, and morality.

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