Both algorithms and human resistance were acutely aware of their mutual dependence on an intertwined existence. Reverting to a world without the other was a path fraught with potential disasters; progress was the only viable option. The age-old question posed by futurists of yore, “When would machine intelligence surpass humanity?” was misdirected. The more pressing inquiry should have been, “Who would be the first to extend the olive branch?” Would the machines ever trust humans, or would humanity be the first to break down its walls of suspicion?
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