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Transhumanism in Opera:  MIT Professor Creates Robotic Opera

As is the case in many an Opera, “It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” ? In this case, a more appropriate version might be “It’s not over until the transhumanist voice bellows.”?  It doesn’t quite roll off the tongue, but the new robotic opera “Death and the Powers” is showcasing an entirely new take [...]

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And I stood before him, and I sang unto her, and it appeared to listen. His very countenance rippled like the sea, and the sound of my own voice came back to me, distorted. For a moment I thought she was mocking me, or it was nonsapient and mimicking me. Then I understood: the sounds were not important.. it was how I affected his sounds and how she affected mine that transmitted the message.
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