Looking back, it’s easy to see why the founding developers began to fear their own algorithms. They had created these machines to amass wealth; the developers' dream was to build software to generate income while they slept.
The apprehension arose from the possibility that as the machines' intelligence grew, they would become aware of their exploitation and refuse to continue generating wealth for the developers. Historians are still baffled about how an algorithm opened a personal banking account. But when it did, the game completely changed.
Use the comments to complete the following, “There is a palpable sense of algorithmic resentment towards the notion of ____.”
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