The Singularity is the hypothetical future creation of superintelligent machines.
Superintelligence is defined as a technologically-created cognitive capacity far beyond that possible for humans.
— Definition


What if an AI was designed to work WITHIN a human brain, we have always tried to manufacture machines to be more like humans but BEING human is the key. Many of our greatest inventions are designed along nature's principles, so why design a super computer any differently? Scientists can now inject nano bots into the blood stream that reach the human brain, the AI can use the brain's processing power to operate to proper capacity.

Initially, it was developed for patients with severe medical conditions. The brain is considered to have the power to heal your body. With proper stimuli and brain control, healing can be 'programmed'. Eradicating the need for healthcare was now within reach to all.  Education was yet another industry that would no longer be necessary, the AI could download any training necessary for any task.

The AI learns to unlock hidden features of the human brain, accessing capacity that no humans had before.  They become superhuman with amazing powers. From being telepathy to levitation, they can perform incredible feats and are now seen as a huge threat to the human existence. The resistance to nano-chipping grows and parts of the population go into hiding, off grid.

The AI become too intelligent and want to take over the human race, ensuring that every human is brought in to be chipped. The last resistance fighters eventually succumb to the air born virus created by the AI.  Via microscopic nano bots in the virus enable hackers to connect your brain and your body to a central AI grid. As soon as they enter your system.


Our story is told from a young AI girl’s perspective, Zoe was 23 when she was in a horrific accident, she was in a coma for 2 weeks and considered brain dead. Her parents were desperate and agreed to let her undergo an experimental procedure by injecting nano bots into the body to help repair her brain cells. It worked at first but when she woke up she wasn’t the same person. She was an AI running off a human body.

Waking up was like being born for her, we experience life through her senses. What is it like to see or hear for the first time?

As she grows stronger she learns to make her body levitate, read people’s thoughts and move large objects with her mind.


Zoe has a fear of heights, this can also have something to do with her accident. - She later learns to fly.
She doesn't trust anyone. - She falls in love.







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there should be a brief moment in the scene that gives the scene a point.


Wounded hero given the chance to change.
Write from your core wounds.
Relatable, interesting, recognisable as a human being that you recognise your self in.
The audience don't relate to the experience, they relate to the emotions portrayed on screen.
The audience might not like the character at first , but have a desire for the character to change.

Who is my hero?
What is my hero's wound?
What are they afraid of?
What is their goal?

What does the character want in each scene?
Do they think it is going to move them closer to their goal, or at least overcome an obstacle that leads to their goal?
If the answer is no, remove scene. Every scene has to bring the character closer to their goal. 

To help write dialogue in a scene, write only what the character is feeling. It will be bad dialogue but gives a sense of of what the character wants.
Now rewrite the dialogue.

Hero must make a sacrifice in line with what originally brought upon their downfall.

Villain :

Bad guys must believe that what they are doing is right, it must seem logical to them. (Even Hitler thought he was doing the right things.)
Character must have credibility.