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Between science fiction and the political economy of the present, the author wonders if artificial intelligence will constitute humanity's successor species.
"The movie's dystopian future bears some distant similarities to reality, with climate change already exacerbating hunger and poverty and one giant corporation that could one day control pretty much everything."
SOURCE: Washington Post
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In 2013 China joined the short list of countries who have landed on the moon, but Chinese science fiction had been dreaming of just that for decades.
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