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Cooperworld

I wrote a long short story called Cooperworld. Or a short novella. Whatever. It is 17,000 words. I haven’t promoted my stuff for ages and is a new year, so why the hell not, I have had a lot of new readers recently. It is science fiction, but it is more philosophical than a lot of my stuff and it deals with life and reality and deep things of that nature. It is also a bit of a laugh. (I think.)

Cooperworld

Screen Shot 2015-12-15 at 3.25.49 PMHere is the blurb:

In the near future, AI research is strictly controlled by paranoid governments. When a renowned Artificial Intelligence expert illegally decides to create digital life in an simulated universe, he doesn’t at first realise the implications of what he has done. Implications not just for him, but for everyone.
In this short story, journalist and writer Jason R. Ward has a light-hearted but fairly philosophical look at what constitutes consciousness and has a good hard look at how we perceive reality.

 

So there you go, exciting huh? It is also cheap. Thank you in advance. If you do buy it, and read it, and like it, please leave a review, it really, really helps.

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