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Strip 1752 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: Scarlett Encajita
Strip 1752 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Wed 2018-01-31
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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Transcript For Strip 1752

Panel 1
Screen shows a friendly, buxomly female cartoon character sitting at the edge of a fountain. Nearby is floating text: Scarlett Encaje and Our Arti-Folk Friends.
Scarlett: Hola! I'm Scarlett Encaje, and I'm here to talk about Our Arti-Folk Friends.
Caption: I'd think this was a children's program except for that decolletage on Scarlett.
Panel 2
The water from the fountain swirls around and forms four vortices around Scarlett, each containing a type of 21st-Century robot: from a Roomba to an assembler to an office mail distributor to one of the Mars Rovers
Scarlett: Since the advent of micro-electronics more than 1,000 years ago, humans have been making 'thinking machines' of increasing complexity for various uses.
Caption: Dem boobs tho.
Panel 3
Scarlett floats past other watery vortices, this time two large ones containing representations of positronic brains, one inside a vehicle and the other inside a mechanical man.
Scarlett: Hirai-Tezuka, a company from ancient Japan, made a breakthrough in Artificial Intelligence in the year 75 S.A., with the first positronic brain.
Scarlett: For the first time, engineers could create a general intelligence capable of true learning, and potentially, self-awareness.

Panel 4
Now Scarlett is juxtaposed with images of varying types of anthropic mechanoids, from something like Rosie from the Jetsons to something like C-3PO to something like 8th Man to a contemporary gynoid.
Scarlett: Fifty years later the positronic brain was superceded by the plancktronic brain, which remains to this day the basic technology for Artificial Intelligence. And thus arose a new class of person we call 'arti-folk.'
Caption: She should name one boob 'positronic' and the other 'plancktronic.'

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