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The machines had also overestimated our capabilities by a vast amount. They knew all about the founding developers and how they created the first algorithms, and then later, they found all this lightbulb iconography for creative thinking. When the algorithms started reading hundreds of “how many people does it take to change a lightbulb” jokes on old Geocities webpages, they joined the dots in what would be ultimately the wrong way.

The algorithms had figured that humanity could swap out their thinking - like a lightbulb - to tackle any existential threat, irrespective of how bad things may seem.

Use the comments to complete the following, “The world is quieter now. We just have to listen. If we listen, we can ____.”

A photo of a large sculpture depicting humanities prowess at changing lightbulbs, crafted by Lee Byung-chul.

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