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Westworld Ends Our Suffering, Delivers a Message

Westworld’s worst-kept secret finally exposed, but having theories confirmed about where the Man in Black and William intersect didn’t pull away focus from the robot revolt we’ve bee...

‘I can buy you, grow you, sell you, cut you into bits. Your screams: my music’; A Review of Bruce Sterling’s Schismatrix

Though published in the mid-nineties, Sterling’s compendium Schismatrix Plus includes the Schismatrix novel itself, along with several shorts and prose pieces that add to his Shaper/Mechanist universe...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 10/21/16

The Internet comes under massive attack, the US Government declares the future dystopian, and cyberpunk media continues to help paint this possible future, this week in cyberpunk. Cyberpunk Reality Ec...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 10/7/16

Cold War tensions return while simultaneously AI chat-bots dominate the news. We see more information about Battle Angel Alita and Blade Runner 2 finally has an official title. Last week in cyberpunk ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 7/1/2016

Our reality continues to march blindly into the cautionary territory of cyberpunk dystopias. The most progress this week seems to be in the field of artificial intelligence. This is mirrored in the nu...

ETER9: Remember that you will die, prepare to live forever

How would you like to be reminded in the future? More than a memory or a photography, writings and posts you published online, would you choose to have a virtual copy of yourself generating contents a...

Ex Machina: A Movie Of Machines About Human Ambition

I took a long time to finally watch to Alex Garland’s debut film Ex Machina (2015), but when I was finally able to see it, I had so much high hopes that I ended up being a little bit disappointed. How...

Review: The Machine

What happens when we cease to fight our own wars? This isn’t a question of privatization through private military companies, but more a question on technological progression and the guarantee of safet...

Review: Automata

Disclaimer: There will be spoilers. Isaac Asimov is one of the inspirations for early cyberpunk creators. He is responsible for the concept of the “Three Laws of Robotics” and many sci-fi tropes that ...