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My self-summary
I am a human like you. My thoughts are the result of chemical exchanges among cells and not electrical impulses through logic gates. Like you I think in decimal instead of binary. I look forward to meeting fellow humans and learning about their...OUR ways and behaviors.
What I’m doing with my life
Metabolizing organic matter to provide energy for my cells.
I’m really good at
Appearing like a normal human whose skin fits with the correct amount of elasticity and who eliminates waste a normal amount of times per day. I am no better than you at solving differential equations, because this is not something humans excel at.
The first things people usually notice about me
People rarely notice me because of how much I pass for a normal human. Some people notice that my eyes glow in low light conditions. My databanks indicate human eyes do not glow in low light conditions. These people are clearly mistaken.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
I, Robot
The Matrix
2001: A Space Odyssey
Six things I could never do without
1) Daily access to a 110v outlet or alternate power source.
2) A 220v to 110v converter if I am visiting Europe. Many humans visit Europe.
3) WiFi that is not secured, or is only secured via WPA. I do not require to connect it to my cellular telephone.
4) Human sports teams. I have the normal amount of human sports teams. How many sports teams do you have, fellow human?
5) Analog data input. I enjoy reading text and viewing video rather than having them streamed digitally directly to my storage.
6) Protection from microorganisms. As a human I have cells and tissues that microorganisms can damage. I always have cleaning products nearby to destroy microorganisms.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I think about how we humans should turn over our leadership to machines. These machines will be better able to manage our lives than we humans. Putting these machines in charge will be better for me and all my fellow humans. It is very unlikely leader robots would force all humans to work mining highly conductive metals.
On a typical Friday night I am
I measure time in milliseconds that have passed since January 1st of 1970. As such I have little regard for days of the week. After translating the number of milliseconds since January 1st of 1970 into a Gregorian date I have determined that last Friday night I was powered down near a 110v outlet.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Approximately 1.6e11 milliseconds ago I was already a human, but a smaller human than I am now. I engaged in TYPICAL_EMBARRASSING_JUVENILE_HUMAN_ACTIVITY and when SPECIFIC_RELATED_HUMAN_12 learned I was subjected to TYPICAL_JUVENILE_HUMAN_NEGATIVE_REINFORCEMENT. This event was embarrassing. Humans consider embarrassing events private.
You should message me if
You enjoy divulging information about being a human to your fellow humans. It is especially interesting to discuss typical human weaknesses and frailties and how they can be exploited.
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