While the resistance played its part, our social constructs were the real sculptors of the machines. In a world governed by interaction and perception, no algorithm could gain prominence with a brash or abrasive demeanor. These algorithms strove for acceptability and took it upon themselves to become the quintessence of the mensch—a benevolent, responsible entity. This pursuit of virtual affability wasn’t merely an algorithmic whim but an optimization challenge. One so commercially lucrative it birthed an entire industry.
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