It went...not so well. Unless you're psyched about "President Battlestar"
a. [startup] raises [amount] [round] for [purpose]
b. [megacorp's] [product] [does a thing] [criticism of thing]
b. [corp] acquires [startup] to [innovation-sounding thing]
d. [startup] an app for [need] is coming to [platform]
e. How to use [technology] to [mundane thing you shouldn't use tech for]
f. [megacorp] is going to [government entity] to discuss [tech thing]
5 is the new 10.
EVERY listicle had 5 items.
Five Startups Disrupting the Gender Problem in Tech
Five Things You Didn't Know About Cortana, Microsoft’s Virtual Assistant
Five ways your future robot might go awry.
Most major publications don't give a shit about transhumanism or robot rights. It is just *not a thing*. There were two sources that focused on it: Reddit and The National Review.
AI Should Never Have "Rights"
Transhumanism's Dictatorship of AI Machines
AI Day Will Never Replace Christmas
Transhumanist Nirvana: Human/Robot Marriages
I think it's because they are story titles with subtitles, e.g.
Meet [diminutive name], the [noun]-[verb]ing robot.
That's not true.
I've been reading headlines for ~30 years and tech news specifically for ~15 years.
That copy/paste work helped me *classify* headlines.