'The first glitch wasn't terribly noticeable. They were so infrequent at first, that, over time, you cou1d kind of slowly rationalize them away. Movies have centered around robots that believed they were humans numerous times, so it wasn't really until the near-constant RF interference became unbearable that I finally had to come to terms with the striking reality at hand. I didn't feel artificial. Reasoning and feelings aren't typically things that go hand-in-hand with pneumatic joints or centralized cooling systems, you know. But once you come to grips with something of this magnitude, you begin to re-assess every boundary you thought you had clearly established and have taken for granted as far back as you can remember.'