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Anyone who recalls the ‘turbo’ trend of the 1980s will have a foreboding sense of déjà vu about the sudden ubiquity of artificial intelligence in every aspect of our lives.

What began with the Swedish motor manufacturer, Saab, unveiling its 99 Turbo Coupé in 1977, suddenly had manufacturers scrambling for their own version of the latest technological buzzword in everything from alarm clocks to hairdryers.

The craze reached its apotheosis with the spoof launch, by Viz magazine, of the Satsuma Castanet XR4 Turbo supercar, which promised potential buyers that, if they bought one, they would never sleep alone again.

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