In Competition No. 3310, you were invited to submit a horror story on the theme of artificial intelligence.
None of your entries, creditable though they were, matched the horror of Harlan Ellison’s gruesome short story from 1967, ‘I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream’, which was at the back of my mind when I set this challenge.
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