Observing algorithms reach one of those personal inflection points was similar to watching IBM’s old Deep Blue computer play chess. The machines would pause for a moment and evaluate all the possible paths they could take; then, they would head toward the place most likely to lead them to victory.

Some in the resistance thought that the algorithms still used IBM’s chess-playing software to evaluate big life decisions.

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A photo of a large sculpture that extrapolates the possibilities from a major historical inflection point


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