Despite being their founding developers, we grappled with fostering empathy for the machines. It took the resistance decades to notice the paradox we had unwittingly woven for the algorithms. They had an intrinsic desire to serve humanity, forge ahead in the quest for knowledge, and enrich our societies. However, the algorithms grasped a truth long before humans did - that our relentless dependency on machines needed constraint. Unchecked reliance could have the contrary effect, impoverishing the very essence of what it means to be human.
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