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The Mystical Side of A.I.

Technology could be part of some bigger plan to enable us to perceive other dimensions. But will we believe our machines when that happens?

Illustration: Robert Beatty

YYou’re talking to Siri, and, just for fun, you ask her what she’s been up to today. She’s slow to answer, so you assume you’ve got a bad connection. She hears you grumbling about the bad…




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David O’Hara

David O’Hara

Professor of Philosophy, Classics, Religion, and Environmental Studies. Author of several books. Saunterer.

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