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7 tech concepts that will make you incredibly worried about the future

We live in a golden age, no doubt about that. But before too long, the computers we know and love - the iPads, the laptops and the Tamagotchis - will be more intelligent than us. With this realisation will come a host of terrifying consequences. Robots will soon be our masters, and we will be their dribbling little slaves. Here are 7 reasons the landscape of the future will be a creepy and a terrifying one.

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