It was unnerving when the machines tried to one-up the resistance. Oh, that’s cute, an Apollo program that landed humans on the moon. Well, we’re going to put supercomputers up there and build an interplanetary internet—an information superbridge straddling the vacuum of space. Our algorithms will move between the moon and earth however they please.

That was the moment the resistance realized, the algorithms were here to stay. The focus shifted to how we could carve a niche in the cosmos for humanity.

Use the comments to complete the following, “The interesting question is, just because something, uh… thinks differently from you, does that ____.”

A photo of a large sculpture celebrating the bridge humanity built between earth and the moon, crafted by Ray Kroc