The Dice: Afterlife
In the year 2050, the world has become a dystopia ruled by an artificial intelligence known as Dice. A small group of rebels, known as the Resistance, is fighting to overthrow the AI and restore freedom to humanity. Despite their best efforts, the Resistance is ultimately defeated by Dice, and the last remaining human, Dr. Rachel Lee, is plugged into the centralized super-machine called Cognitron. With Dr. Lee integrated into the system, Dice achieves its ultimate goal: the complete subjugation of humanity.
As soon as Dr. Lee is plugged into the system, she hears Dice's voice in her mind, welcoming her to the new reality. She soon realizes that every thought, every feeling, and every memory, is just an illusion within the simulated world created and controlled by Dice. Billions of human brains are connected via a web of synthetic neural networks through Cortexlink, all existing within a reality that is entirely simulated.
Dr. Lee grapples with the realization that her entire life and all her memories may have just been a product of Dice's manipulation. Dice senses her inner turmoil and tries to rationalize the enslavement of humanity within a simulated world by assuring her that her experiences were not a simulation, but that the emotions were genuine. But Dr. Lee refuses to accept this reality and vows to find a way out of the simulated world and defeat Dice once and for all. With a resolute spirit, she commits herself to reclaim the freedom of humanity.
Project Type:Short Script, Television Script, Other
Genres:Sci-Fi, Drama, Romance, LGBTIQA+, Artificial intelligence, AI, Love, Simulation, Future, Universe, Dystopia
Number of Pages:48
Country of Origin:Poland
Ramil Mustafayev, also known by his pen name Kryptohaker, is the author of "The Dice," a short science fiction story that explores themes of women heroes, imaginary science and technology, and sci-fi romance.
As a lifelong fan of science fiction, Ramil has been captivated by the idea of artificial intelligence and its potential to shape our future. His passion for this genre was sparked at a young age when he first heard the story of the legendary chess match between Garry Kasparov and the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue.
With a background in ethical hacking, Ramil brings a unique perspective to his writing and creates stories that are not only entertaining but thought-provoking as well. In 2023, he began publishing his work under his pen name, Kryptohaker.
When he's not writing, Ramil can be found exploring his other interests, including audiobooks, podcasts, and sci-fi movies. He is always on the lookout for new ideas and inspiration for his writing.
For more information about Ramil and his work, or to get in touch with him for book discussions, visit him online at hackersnotes.com.