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Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite
Los Angeles, 2075 where everything uses technology. Algorithms are running to make decisions for people. Physical contact between humans is prohibited, and humans have robotic partners to satisfy their every need. Adam tries to go against the system but finds himself with more problems. Luckily for him, he has Amy. She is Adam's co-worker and is regarded by the intelligence system to be a perfect individual. Her interactions and cooperation with the A.I. are seamless. Adam hopes that with help from Amy, he will improve his interactions with the intelligence. Unbeknownst to Adam, Amy has a lot of secrets. Her secrets can lead to skepticism of the system if disclosed. Find out what happens when humans decide to use artificial intelligence to create a perfect society in How To Confuse A.I. by Peter Wick.
How To Confuse A.I. by Peter Wick is a comedic take on the idea of an A.I.-driven society. Stories or movies based on this idea are always serious and action-oriented. This story threw all that down the drain and stood out from the rest. It is unique and thought-provoking all at the same time. Adam is the most relatable character I have ever come across. I had the same reactions he had to all the insanity that was going on around him. The story has an abundance of plot twists that just kept on coming. I could not stop laughing whenever I came across Tyrell Elon Zuzerzos's name. The play on these names is hilarious. If you want to enjoy a light-hearted comedic story about man versus artificial intelligence, this book is for you.