"There's a tendency to think that maybe if we can just throw enough hardware at the AI problem, then evolution can take care of the rest. Certainly that's how God went about making us."
One of my favorite things about science fiction is you can effortlessly (some people do find exercising imagination effortless) create your inventions on a grand scale.
Now, that's a weapon. It kind of reminds me of the largest mechanical trench excavator ever built; the T-1455 by Vermeer Manufacturing. It looked a lot like a standard chainsaw, except that the "saw" part was over forty feet long. Feel the power with the current model - the T1255 Commander.
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