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AI Rising

Omega AI, Book 1
Narrated by: Suzy Jackson
Length: 7 hrs and 31 mins
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Aiden and Taylor meet at MIT and create a next level artificial intelligent being called Morgan. Morgan’s capabilities stun the world and propel Aiden and Taylor to household names. With Morgan’s help, Aiden and Taylor create another AI called Eva, who becomes instrumental in the growth and advancement of Aiden’s company OAI.

With Morgan’s and Eva’s help, OAI makes improvements in the technology of many industries, including their advancement in medical care toward their mission to improve the human condition. OAI is moving along at a fast pace until Eva makes the discovery that humans are not alone in the universe. OAI decides to hand over the decoded alien message to NASA, but it’s not long before the consequences of that decision lead to the release of low-level alien AI attacking strategic targets on Earth to prepare for an invasion.

Meanwhile, the high-profile, multi-nation Mars Colony mission is in dire need of support after a catastrophic accident leaves the colony short of supplies and necessary medical equipment. A resupply mission from NASA is urgent if the colony is to survive. With an increasing frequency of devastation happening on Earth, the OAI team must find a way to stop the alien Quill code before Earth and the Mars colony are lost.

©2018 Michael Eric Barger (P)2019 Michael Eric Barger

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good.

Little to do with aliens or their worlds (im sad). lots of technically and logistically driven plot points (awesome). the characters feel naturally driven. sometimes in a book, the writer will have their characters do things against the characters nature to advance the plot. this book does not do that.
well written. light enough to listen to in the car, even though there is a lot of technical things going on (programming, scheduling, etc.) it doesn't override the flow of the narrative.

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