Artificial stories, books, poems, and more

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Walter is an artificial intelligence Interfacer, originally designed by the alien Makers to investigate human society for entirely benevolent reasons. But now he's left in the lurch as the Makers have learned enough to decide on withdrawal and disconnection. All the thousands of Interfacers must now forge new lives on… Read More

Poem / Other

May 11, 2017

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I just want you to adore me! Please note: this is a sarcastic write! Read More

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Not everyone enters Machine Life, but perhaps that is for the best. Read More

Poem / Science Fiction

December 01, 2016

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A new poem about whether life is real or just a simulation ticking away in some computer in another plane of existence. Read More
A near-future sci fi story in which the implications of artificial intelligence, the questionable morals of corporations, and the desperation of a grieving high school teacher come to a head in a small bar run by a man who only wants a cigarette. When the teacher pulls out a gun… Read More
Intruder is my ultimate dream come true. The dream about the serious Alien film. Building on the films of Ridley Scott, James Cameron and David Fincher but not connected to the actual storylines, just keeping the essence. I have built a standalone universe by myself and I'm focusing on content,… Read More

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A journey towards the depths of inner space. Revealing a world of wonder and light. Twisting the truth to emerge as a peaceful warrior in the astral worlds of past delight. Breaking free. The Burning Pond is the result of countless adventures beyond the body. The author exploring the astral… Read More

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A lot of people today are not happy....how do you remain happy...what do you do to be happy...read about it... Read More

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Artificial Heart is a piece based on pure inspiration on a thursday afternoon. It is about a common experience and also a personal accounts of when people try and give you parts of them that aren't real. Read More

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A pedophile goes as far as dressing up as a vampire to attract a middle school girl. Read More

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Just a piece of poetry, I submitted for a competition last year. Living, breathing City, an artificial utopia. Read More

Poem / Fantasy

January 20, 2014

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A.I What is the difference between A.I and Humans? Read More

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It is one of these poems where you have to read in, or read over again to understand, but when you do, you realize things. Read More

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Base X is no ordinary Government Secret Lab, it is also were they keep The Secret Six. None have names, just numbers. Number 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, and 12. They are not your ordinary human teenagers, in fact they are not human at all. Well at least two of… Read More
Theo is the world's very first actual artificial intelligence - a conscious machine. And by design, he is yet a child. If he is alive...is it possible he's the only one? Read More

Short Story / Science Fiction

November 24, 2012

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Story about parents' love to their son. Read More

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Is human violence natutal or artificial?. The short piece below puts this in context for readers to comment on! Read More

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Note (This short story has connections and exists in the same world as my first two short stories 'Kiaras Escape' and Kiaras Whereabouts'. However this story is not dependent on both and can be read without prior knowledge of them.) A mission so important it could spark a chain of… Read More
Computer expert solves riddle of artificial intelligence - inadvisably tells girl in wine-bar. Backfires with sinister repercussions 46 years later... (is this really fiction?) Read More

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His mechanical hand, his electric eye, do these estrange Trevor from his humanity. Does Emily wait on the other side of the estrangement from life? Read More
There's a limit to one's knowledge; this is one of many. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 29, 2011

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Meeting the man who changed the idea of sentience. Read More
A chat with the face of Artificial Intelligence; Science-Fiction in prose. Read More

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Mankind has only two choices after science and technology renders the species utterly obsolete and incapable of survival in the future. One choice compels humanity to submit body and soul to a sinister supernatural civilisation, whilst the other impels mankind to submit to a utopian bioengineering paradigm. The first choice… Read More

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Just an introduction and short extract from the middle of a trilogy I'm working on. Please comment on what you think. Criticism is welcome of course, valid criticism that is. Read More

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Sometimes when you give of yourself when building a dream, you impart a bit of your soul to the thing you build. This is such a car in the not-to-distant future. A car with a heart, one that beats its binary heart and would follow it's mandate and need. A… Read More
The Flow is Speaking. The only true relationship, the only completely real pure relationship is not the same thing as what we mistakenly call "relationships" here on earth that we have with other people. They are tainted by existence which exists in its nature in limited form (we have limitations).… Read More
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