This is a fascinating article from the New York Times about artificial intelligence. The author, Eliott Ulm, not only shows what AI can accomplish in the literary field, it includes the background failures that led to the AI’s success and the hidden limits on that success. Ulm also addresses how humans can interact with AI.
So starts the message from Elizabeth’s dead boyfriend.
He was a victim, caught in the crossfire between two artificial intelligences that learned to perform sorcery and magic. Elizabeth wants to escape the crossfire. But she–and the world’s survivors–may have no way out. Or at least, no ordinary way out.
My science fiction story, The Bridge Between, is available now on Kindle Vella. Read it here.
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I’m proud to be one of the hundreds of authors published on Kindle Vella. You can find every genre: romance, fantasy, thriller, science fiction and more. So consider checking it out.
You can read all six episodes of The Bridge Between by clicking here. Thanks—and if you like it, please remember to give the story a thumbs up so other readers can find it too.
Amazon.com’s Kindle Vella is launching to the public in July. It features serialized fiction (i.e., read on the subway or whenever you have a short break). Many genres, many authors. And, don’t forget to look for my new sci-fi mystery.