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"The early noughties saw an influx of technological advancements across the world. With the growing popularity of the World Wide Web, information was more readily available than ever, with clunky Windows 95 servers functioning as boundless sites for experimentation, and online forums as global villages where like-minded people could gather en masse for the first time. Mirroring the onset of new technologies, films like Digimon (2001) portrayed the net as a brave new world ripe for exploration, while A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) depicted robots as sentient beings with real emotions."
"The early noughties saw an influx of technological advancements across the world. With the growing popularity of the World Wide Web, information was more readily available than ever, with clunky Windows 95 servers functioning as boundless sites for experimentation, and online forums as global villages where like-minded people could gather en masse for the first time. Mirroring the onset of new technologies, films like Digimon (2001) portrayed the net as a brave new world ripe for exploration, while A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) depicted robots as sentient beings with real emotions."
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