HAVE A GORILLA.
"Really nasty," Richards said. "What are the other interactions like?"
"'Pretty much the same," Gerhard said.
"As bad as this?"
They were accustomed now to the idea that when the computers interacted, the results were unpredictable. The general form of interaction could be guessed, but the specific results were uncertain. It was like a computer playing checkers - it was probably going to win, but it would win a different way each time, depending on what the opponent did.
I DON'T WANT A GORILLA. DON'T YOU LIKE GORILLAS? NO THANK YOU.