By Lee Carlon
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Published: April 13, 2012
Words: 51,180 (approximate)
New World Technology remade the world through digital evolution. Their implant and personal digital assistant technology revolutionized the way people live their lives, and their latest development - teleportation - looks set to do it again. But when Jason Smith company CEO discovers the truth about the technology, he realizes he has to stop it.
New World Technology promised to remake the world through digital evolution. Having already revolutionized the way people live and work with computer implant technology and personal holographic assistants, New World Technology’s teleportation devices were almost universally embraced, eliminating the tyranny of distance.
But when Jason Smith — co-founder of New World Technology — discovers the dark underside to his company’s technology, he realizes he must fight everything he has ever worked to create or risk being remembered as the man who enslaved humanity.
d.evolution is a dystopian time travel story that features sentient code, killer robots, and mankind’s struggle to break free from its own creations.
, time travel
, artificial life
, sentient code
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