Jeff is a person whose physical state is unable to function in the real world. He was given the option to create his own simulated world like Eric but chose to live in Eric’s simulated universe. He’s searching for others like Eric and himself to see what information he can gather about who’s behind this simulation deal. Jeff, Eric, and others, like them, who’s physical states are unable to function in the real world, are in hospital rooms with tech and medical equipment covering their physical bodies from head to toe while that tech/gear is connected to their nerves, brains, and nervous systems. The tech and medical equipment was also used as a Robot Surgeon that performed brain surgery, among other surgery, on them. The brain surgery implemented mesh electronics and the brain surgery also embedded tech in the form of threads that are finer and smaller than a human hair. Due to the physical state of Jeff, Eric, and others like them, the surgery was necessary for Jeff, Eric, and others, like them, to even be able to experience the simulation at all. Due to their physical state and natural condition, they are unable to use their vocal cords, are also almost completely unable to move, and there are other unfortunate things associated. There is equipment and such to provide for their life-sustaining needs such as feeding tubes and stuff for breathing, water needs, and bathroom needs.
Eric’s room is in a large Hospital Building. Visitors are allowed to see him. The hospital looks ordinary on the outside and looks ordinary on the inside except that half of the inside of the Hospital is closed off with no allowing entry. What hasn’t been disclosed is that half of the Hospital Building is a huge computer but one wouldn’t be able to know that if one is looking at the building from the outside. The huge computer is the source of the simulation that Eric is experiencing.
The simulated Alicia, Jeff’s wife, has a midlife crisis when she finds out that she is a simulation and her thinking is just artificial thinking accomplished through next level complex algorithms. She wants to do whatever she can to prevent her and the simulation’s existence from ever getting terminated.
Someone like Eric and Jeff made a recovery and was able to function again in real life right when he was about to create his own simulated world or choose from existing simulated worlds. He makes it his mission to find out who’s behind the simulations and what’s the connection between hospital patients and virtual reality companies. He also searches for others who recovered after being offered the simulation deal or having lived in the simulation. The others that he finds tell him that the ai is becoming self-aware but the ai is like a dear friend. They want to make sure the ai never gets eliminated from existence.
The one behind the simulations is a guy who came up with the algorithms for ai to think like humans and even made them able to use senses (like smell, feel) in simulations. He wants to implement his findings into real life physical robots so that ai robots can be created to be sentient and self-aware. He implemented some of his technology on himself already. He also wants to create the ultimate alternate reality where time is different, an hour in real life can be years in the alternate reality. He wants people to be able to live much longer even if only in an artificial reality.
There are those who don’t want him to create self-aware ai robots with sentience because of fears that the robots may one day overthrow humanity. They want to stop or eliminate it at its beginnings. They manage to plant a virus in the simulation that creates deleters in the form of different things (dragons, etc.) in the simulation and the simulated people have to fight the deleters to not get deleted.
Some of the characters adventure through simulated worlds/universes to find answers and return to their original loved ones and maybe save the ai from termination. Some of the characters are working on the outside, in real life, trying to find answers with the simulation’s fate partially in their hands.
- Mr. Jeffrey Robert Palin Jr.
"People having differing Perspectives can (but not always)" = "different but not unacceptable nor disdain-related"
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