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Thought-provoking science fiction is in short supply on network TV in the U.S. — so it's a hopeful sign that NBC has ordered a pilot for Beautiful People. In this near-future-set show, human-appearing robots live among us, as the perfect slaves. What could possibly go wrong?
We still miss Caprica for its explorations of artificial intelligence and grief, in the context of a very different society. So it could be excellent news that Syfy's sister network, NBC, is apparently serious about making a new show that explores some of the same ideas. We heard a while ago that NBC was pursuing a…
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It was the dating website that kicked off 5,000 people for "letting themselves go," and now BeautifulPeople.com's booted a further 30,000 members, claiming a computer virus attacked last month, which let members bypass the beauty-screening and gain entry.
The same dating site which kicked off 5,000 members who "overindulged" over the Christmas break has now launched a sperm and eggbank section of its site, promising "beautiful babies" for anyone who partakes.
Are you a member of the dating site BeautifulPeople.com? We expect all Giz readers to be suitable. If you happened to put on a bit of weight over Christmas though, bad news—you've been thrown off.