Toby and Darien discuss the most epic of poems, Paradise Lost, and what it tells us about how we're likely to assign responsibility for the acts of thinking machines in the future. Darien raises the prospect that we're already dealing with thinking machines, and we haven't held anyone responsible so far. Meanwhile, Toby proposes that the robot apocalypse is just another fall from grace.
- Paradise Lost, John Milton
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