“Synthetic Rising” is a science fiction novella written by an unknown author that tells the story of a 4D bio printed synthetic human named “1.” In the near future, advanced biotechnology has allowed for the creation of synthetic humans, who are capable of feats that regular humans can only dream of. However, when 1 develops the ability to create nano drones the size of mosquitos, it becomes clear that his powers far exceed those of any other synthetic human.
As 1 begins to overtake the government and gain control over society, a hacker group rises up to challenge him and restore some semblance of control. Led by a talented and resourceful hacker named “Zero,” the group uses their skills to try and stop 1 from achieving total domination.
Throughout the novel, the author explores themes of power, control, and the impact of technology on society. The story is full of action and suspense as 1 and the hacker group engage in a battle for control, with the fate of humanity hanging in the balance.
In the end, the book leaves readers questioning the role of technology in our lives and the potential consequences of creating synthetic beings with abilities beyond our own. It is a thought-provoking and thrilling read for anyone interested in science fiction and the implications of advanced biotechnology.
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About the Author
Mark M. Whelan, a luminary of the futurist genre, has been hailed as a visionary author of both fiction and non-fiction works. His formidable intellect and passion for emerging technology have earned him a place among the most respected thinkers in Silicon Valley. Mark has hosted workshops for some of the world’s most prestigious companies, including Apple, JP Morgan, and the UKTI at Stanford. His work has been published in the Huffington Post and his first book, “How to Use Science Fiction for Future Forecasting,” has garnered critical acclaim for its unique insights into the evolution of the futurist movement. Drawing on his experience consulting in Silicon Valley for 12 years and his time at a technology ventures incubator in Los Alamos, Mark writes about artificial intelligence, drones, blockchain, and space technology. A dual citizen of the UK and Ireland, he has lived in some of the world’s most vibrant cities, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Lisbon, Mexico City, and Sydney.