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By Mike Shepherd
Kris Longknife is again within the reliable graces of the brass—and to illustrate that, they've promoted her to Admiral. Now her project is to discover the house base of the distance pirates who're plaguing the fringes of the galaxy.
But no challenge is ever uncomplicated whilst your identify is Longknife. And this time the issues diversity from the army to the private, as Kris unearths herself—reluctantly—having to make a few command judgements approximately her future...
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Then I must investigate alternatives. Caitlin felt her heart sink. Webmind was— No, no. She knew she was being childish. She was about to turn sixteen; she shouldn’t be thinking like this! But— But Webmind was hers. She had found it—and, more than that, she was the only one who could actually see it. When looking at webspace, she could just make out little dots or squares in the background winking between dark and light. Based on her descriptions of the patterns they made, Dr. Kuroda had said they were cellular automata.
I think we can safely conclude that your mother is not a fembot,” her dad said dryly. ” He pointed at its reply, which was I beg your pardon? “Both you and Webmind are processing text one character at a time instead of taking in whole words,” he said. “For most people, if the first and last letters are correct, the order of the remaining letters doesn’t matter. ” Caitlin looked. ” “That’s the right number, but most people—most real human beings—spot only half the errors in a passage like that.
I grant you that, but—” “The eyePod signal is just my retinal datastream,” Caitlin said. ” “If it’s somebody at the University of Tokyo, they might have access to Masayuki’s algorithms,” her mother said. “There are con artists everywhere. And, honey, this is exactly how a certain type of Internet crook works. They find people who are . . misunderstood. ” Her mother shook her head. “I know it seems real. The standard ploy is to come on to such a person in email or a chat room saying they’ve noticed how clever and insightful they are, how they—forgive me—how they see things that others don’t.