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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: The Sleeping Hand by Marcelo Rinesi

Twenty years after her Alzheimer diagnosis, the person who had been the third-richest on Earth still ran her company with ever-sharper attention to detail, her focus on business absolute, her ruthlessness indistinguishable from her younger days.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: Dream Job by Marcelo Rinesi

“I can’t sleep,” I complained to my therapist. The inhumanly empathetic rendering nodded.

Vision > Bioculture > Fiction > Staff > Marcelo Rinesi
Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: The Recursive Grammar of Progress by Marcelo Rinesi

It wasn’t terrorism to install robots with machine guns in every schoolyard and street corner.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: Frankenstein’s Angel by Marcelo Rinesi

“miracle” is an object of wonder, while a “monster” is a strange creature portending evil. Those are not mutually exclusive.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: Don’t Share by Marcelo Rinesi

“Virality is bullshit”, he said that last night, waving his gun as if underlining the point.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: The Leadership Advantage by Marcelo Rinesi

Why AIs will never fully replace humans.

Vision > Bioculture > Fiction > Staff > Marcelo Rinesi
Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: The Long Room by Marcelo Rinesi

I would have betrayed anybody and anything for a hallucination.

Vision > Bioculture > Fiction > Staff > Marcelo Rinesi
Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: Guidelines for a Contemporary Vampire Story by Marcelo Rinesi

Like seasons or car accidents, vampires must be known but considered an unavoidable part of the natural world. They must be spoken of as ecologically and socially beneficial, mostly by themselves and by people entirely ignorant about both topics or naively attempting to be eaten last.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story:  Deep Necromancy for a Dead World by Marcelo Rinesi

Hovering over the frozen ruins of dead social networks I set loose statistical ghouls to sift through their words and learn their blind rhythms, until the nonsense from the bots mirrors the high-dimensional topologies of the original authors. Prosody, not psychology. Vocabularies, not minds. But for such as they were perhaps complexity enough.

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Marcelo Rinesi
Short story: Sundays at the Unicorn Park by Marcelo Rinesi

A year ago on Sunday my niece petted a unicorn at Costa Rica DisneyPlanet and died of anaphylactic shock while the unicorn’s dark eyes watched in utter serenity.