Algorithmic democracy started out in very high-end systems built by the aerospace industry. The founding engineers would often build duplicate sensors and microcontrollers into their vehicles. The machine would then poll all the sensors before taking a course of action - the idea is that data from a faulty sensor would be outvoted by the correctly functioning hardware. Humanity’s role in such a system was to assume that the flight computer had gotten it wrong.

Use the comments to complete the following, “I know there’s nothing more annoying than ____.”

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