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Minds of Terminus

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2/22/2017 main page directs to japanese baby goods…

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Minds of Terminus is a full cast science fiction/cyberpunk audio drama about “the end of the world, and the artificial society that continues on afterwards.” The show's creator, Mark Warner, states the the show will initially have a 12-episode arc containing the introductory plot line, then switch over to individual storylines, having one self-contained plot per-episode.

Centuries from now, technology has grown advanced beyond the point of contemporary explanation. Nanotechnology, including sophisticated nanorobotics, are common, and swarm intelligences maintain structures, roads, act as security for government installations, monitor foot traffic in commercial areas to feed targeted advertising engines, respond to medical emergencies, invisibly and seemingly magically. Thanks to advanced nanorobotic intelligence, it has also become possible to upload your consciousness into a simulated neural matrix. Those uploaded minds can even then be pruned and adjusted for purpose-built AIs, used for all sorts of applications where intelligence, but also obedience, or fearlessness, or any other traits are desired. Humans, though, generally do not regard this form of mind-upload as some prior-day trans-humanist might. For example, nobody really believes that it's a way to achieve immortality. This belief is strengthened for many by the fact that the original individual goes on to exist after such an uploaded copy is made, therefore, the popular opinion is that only the original is authentic, and the copy is… something else. Something less.

But are they really any less than human, especially when all of the original humans of planet Earth… are gone?

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