News from the Natural World: Can’t an algorithm look after my children? Find out what lengths humans will go to to get someone else to look after their children.
Long has the animal kingdom known how awful human babies are. For a start, their gestation period is way too long. 9 months how utterly ridiculous! Secondly, their big blobby heads are so large they cause immense pain to a human woman at birth. In addition, their heads are so big they have a flimsy skull in order to be able to fit out of the vagina. It’s so flimsy you have to be extra careful with them and can’t even drop them. Furthermore, they’re pretty much just a crying shitting mess for the first 2 years. You should see a baby Wildebeest, that little bugger is legging it away from Lions 24 hours after being born! But it turns out that animals aren’t the only ones who think human babies are a bit useless. It turns out that as we enter the 21st century, humans also think their babies are a bit rubbish.
Can’t An Algorithm Look After My Children?
Record numbers of human mums have begun to loath their mewling young ones. They moan and moan and desert their parenting responsibilities. They drink heavily, smoke around them, feed them fast food, let them get obese and even let them get ASBOs. In addition, they teach them very little, neglect them and generally shirk the responsibilities that all animals know comes with being a mother. This human apathy towards hard work has reached new heights as human mothers turn their frustration towards a new source. They have begun to violently question whether algorithms could do the work of raising their children! We set out to speak to a human mum;