Can computer games be devised to model the thinking
and predict the actions of allies, enemies and even terrorists? Some in
the U.S. government think so. Are they playing God?
Imagine the handsome playboy Franco standing at the door of a girl named Viola as he rings the bell, hoping that tonight he'll get lucky. The door opens, Franco leans over to kiss
Viola, and, indeed, she welcomes him in. He all but springs through the doorway, his little pixilated legs moving as fast
as they can carry him.