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** Does not compute **

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"*Does not compute*", and variations of it, is a phrase often uttered by
computers, robots and other artificial intelligences in popular culture.
The phrase indicates a type of cognitive dissonance on the part of the
machine in question. The expression of the phrase "does not compute" by
robots or computers attempting to process emotions, contradictions or
paradoxes is frequently satirized in popular culture, often leading to the
machine's inaction, malfunction or self-destruction. The phrase was used as
a catchphrase by the television show /My Living Doll/ in 1964.^[1] It was
further popularized in /Lost in Space/ (1965) as


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