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MD-Research, it sounded innocuous enough. They already had machines to assist in the mechanical aspects of medicine, so the next step was preventative medicine: machines that could predict what medical issues a person might have based on their behavioral impulses. So they put the predictive program into one of the existing, robotic surgical aides, and had one of these things scan a random sampling of human desire. That went about as well as expected. No one knows who thought it would be a good idea to give an A.I. capable of making diagnoses access to the psyche, but, big surprise, it concluded that the base desires of people were responsible for all medical suffering. Take a guess what the cure is. Funny, in all the what to do now planning, I’ve never heard anyone say the machines were wrong. If a size is not listed, it is sold out.

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