By Christopher Munroe
I’m proud of the community we’ve created.
We built replicants, from scratch, then programmed them to believe they were actual people, before dropping them into a perfect recreation of an early twenty-first century town.
In this recreation, they work, strive and live, believing themselves to be real human beings, believing their actions to matter in the grand scheme...
Believing nobody’s watching, taking notes.
There’s more conflict than we predicted, but they manage it among themselves, and to date the results we’ve gotten back have been… useful.
We’ve learned a lot, through their simulated lives, about how people lived back then…