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Two Faces of Tomorrow

James P. Hogan

Midway through the Twenty-first century, an integrated global computer network manages much of the world's affairs. A proposed major software upgrade-an artificial intelligence-will give the system an unprecedented degree of independent decision-making power, but serious questions are raised in regard to how much control can safely be given to a non-human intelligence.


In order to more fully assess the system, a new space-station habitat-a world in miniature-is developed for deployment of the fully operational system, named Spartacus. This mini-world can then be "attacked" in a series of escalating tests to assess the system's responses and capabilities. If Spartacus gets out of hand, the system can be shut down and the station destroyed . . . unless Spartacus decides to take matters into its own hands and take the fight to Earth.


Adapted from James P. Hogan's classic science-fiction novel by the award-winning Yukinobu Hoshino, The Two Faces of Tomorrow is hardcore science-fiction manga at its best.


Dark Horse, paperback, 576 pages, published October 2006


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