The Rise

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When robots rise in popularity, they become more and more advanced until they rival humans. They compete for human jobs and fight for a human vote. This sci-fi short explores how far specialized robots can go when they are given a mind of their own. More

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About Faye Hollidaye

I am currently a graduate student studying education with an undergrad degree in modern languages. I am a West Virginia native resident and lover and respecter of nature and animals. I enjoy many things and view life as a constant learning experience. I do my best to help others in whatever ways I can. My interests include linguistics, psychology, literature, art, entertainment, and a multiplicity of other things.

I can be found quite a few places online, but a bit of that information is now outdated and I've been unable to update it as of yet. I've taken an unplanned break (though I've still written short things here and there) from writing over the past few years, but I'm sure the world can expect more from me in the future. The best way to keep up with me, my work, and to get to know me a bit is to follow me on Twitter (@fayehollidaye).

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Fine Form Press reviewed on on April 12, 2013

In The Rise, a narrator living in the near-future explores the economic and socio-political underpinnings of robots acquiring self-awareness and, in due time, their inevitable demands for self-governance, respect, and equality in the eyes of a frightened, violent society.

For a thought-provoking account of robot rights, read The Rise.
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