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This is a similar question I had on a test. I'm pretty sure it's for people to be free from work.
What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? (1 point)
(0 pts) people to reject computers
(0 pts) computers to rule man and animal
(0 pts) the natural world to swallow up technology
(1 pt) computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony
I'm pretty sure it was people to reject computers. I got this exact question right on an exam of my own.
Here's a part of the poem.
I like to think
(it has to be!)
of a cybernetic ecology
where we are free of our labors
and joined back to nature,
returned to our mammal
brothers and sisters,
and all watched over
by machines of loving grace.
It says "where we are free of our labors," meaning we don't have to work.