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Which paradigm?Edit

"Liar!" also shows one of the first computers in science fiction not to always tell the truth, a paradigm kept by other writers for quite a while.
Which paradigm? The one that states that computers will always tell the truth or the one Asimov introduced which states that computers might not always tell the truth? Jubilee♫clipman 22:37, 6 October 2009 (UTC)

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