Rabid Mind – The Anatomy. (Book 1 of 2) New Edition Jan 2017
It was natural that the phenomenon of artificial intelligence would progress. With so many practical examples of the technology walking around, it was hard to imagine it would not. However, to progress you first have to build the monster then you can play with it, providing it doesn't want to play with you.
Richard, the naïve technologist who works with artificial intelligence decides to take a non-prescribed route to complete some work for his overly demanding boss, Walter Jackson. Walter Jackson, a stickler for protocol, thinks he has Richard on a string. However, that is not true and if William Jackson had any technological insight he would also have released the potential dangers Richard was unleashing. Then again, William Jackson was not a great expert on Richard's work or an exponent of taking risk.
When Richard was playing with artificial intelligence, he always felt he was on the cusp of something great. Richard gradually immerses himself in a technological quagmire, which even he cannot truly contemplate. In between his pathological bouts of tedium, Richard meets a stranger who does not declare his origins. It begs the question, from where does he come.
Luckily, Richard has Craven - another artificial anomaly.
This book is written in UK English.