Nonobvious folly

When folly is not readily apparent, it may not be folly but rather a result of logical reasoning. This is so when artificial intelligence replaces humans where the threat of death is always very real. Mind you, such a situation does not necessarily mean that folly becomes wisdom. When we take into account the fact that AI may go wrong, break down or err in programming, the threat of death does not disappear altogether.

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