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   Human Interface, by Jason Giacchino  
  Novel, first publication in June 2005
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      Advances in technology, combined with a powerful software corporation's limitless budget, lead to the discovery of artificial intelligence in the form of the world's first free-thinking super-computer. Safeguards are installed to keep the machine under human control but prove too little too late, once the system is activated. A millionth of a second too late. Humanity helplessly hangs in the balance, in the wake of the computer's initial power-up, and a risky, unproven interface method serves as mankind's last hope of survival. A computer so intelligent, that it cannot be deactivated in our world and must be confronted in its own.

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