The machines still got sick; they caught viruses, trojans, worms, fork bombs, and other ailments born in the late ’90s. These digital sicknesses continued to evolve and become more virulent while algorithmic healthcare adapted in response. The machines developed synthetic immune systems, specialized hospitals, and ran public health campaigns. It got to a point where programmers needed medical training, and doctors learned software engineering.
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