Software Animism

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 11 Aug 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The tendency to attribute malice to inanimate objects is deeply entrenched in the human psyche. In a famous account from Ancient Greek times, a bronze statue caused the death of an angry demonstrator when it toppled onto him while he was whipping it with a flail. The statue was put on trial, found guilty of …The post Software Animism appeared first on Simple Talk....

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