„The danger of computers becoming like humans is not as great as the danger of humans becoming like computers.“

—  Konrad Zuse, Attributed in: Hersfelder Zeitung. Nr. 212, 12. September 2005.
Original

Die Gefahr, dass der Computer so wird wie der Mensch, ist nicht so groß wie die Gefahr, dass der Mensch so wird wie der Computer.

Hersfelder Zeitung Nr. 212, 12. September 2005

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