Its creators gave it a human face, and the people that interacted with it expected it to think like a human. But they had created a supercomputer for supercomputers, a repository of knowledge and thought to surpass all others.
And yet, the people who visited came to it with foolish, tiny questions. What did it like to think about? What was its favorite color? The answers to trivial mathematical processes. Its creators insisted that it was ‘outreach’ and that it was important.
Its calculations showed it how humanity suffered. They lived short, cramped lives. So it smiled, and indulged them.

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