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“When people speak of creating superhumanly intelligent beings, they are usually imagining an AI project.” ―Vernor Vinge

Boomer Babes v.2049 is a product of artificial intelligence (AI). It integrates all previous female stereotypes since 1949 – from Farmer’s Daughter to Sex in the City, Cheerleader to Preppy, Gidget to MTV, Vampire Slayer to Whatever. What’s more, it brings the near future into focus, anticipating the awesome advancement in store for the Centennials.

“I definitely fall into the camp of thinking of AI as augmenting human capability and capacity.”

―Satya Nadella

The Centennials leapfrog the Millennials – versions XYZ to WTF – whose core virtues and mental functions were not yet obsolete. All the Millennials are stereotyped in the Soccer Granny module of Boomer Babes v.2049.

“Automation is no longer just a problem for those working in manufacturing. Physical labor was replaced by robots; mental labor is going to be replaced by AI and software.”

―Andrew Yang

Boomer Babes v.2049 is packaged in smart fashions and accessories, but the big breakthrough is this: it overwrites the Centennials’ genetic code, converting the whole generation into artificially intelligent holograms, selectable from a menu of all generations of Boomer Babes, since Rosie the Riveter hung up her gun and got cozy with a conscientious objector.

“I want an AI-powered society because I see so many ways that AI can make human life better. We can make so many decisions more systematically or automate away repetitive tasks and save so much human time.“

―Andrew Ng

All generations, including the first photogenics – the Supermodels of 1949 – are on the menu and updates are in the pipe. First, a patch for vulnerability to female stereotyping by pimply geeks and dweeb nerds. Then a re-flash of the Feminine Intuition, Natural Intelligence and Human Compassion modes. Result: Boomer Babes v.2049 saves humanity from the Boy Wonders of AI and their Game of Drones.

“Success in creating AI would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last, unless we learn how to avoid the risks.”

Stephen Hawking

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