“Dear employees, welcome to your first work day in the nuclear power station from Nucleus Industries! We can proudly call our power station one of the most modern in the federal republic. Cutting edge technology, the best employees and the new control system A.M.E.E. (Artificial Mission Emergency Entity) await you. A.M.E.E. is not just an average control system: it has been developed by leading international scientists as the first artificial intelligence to control a nuclear power station. A.M.E.E. provides an improved workflow and greater safety! We are happy to welcome you. Please proceed to the locker rooms after your anti-radiation shower. A.M.E.E. will take over the instructions from there.”
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