Trovo molto affascinante il futuro, sottolinea subito. Oggi il pensiero comune ha una visione distopica del nostro mondo. Si dice spesso che la tecnologia ci “mangerà” il lavoro, che l’intelligenza artificiale farà cose al posto nostro. Ordway e R. Thomas; Elektra (1981) di F. Miller e B.
Sylvatica (striped button quail), occurring in tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World: family Turnicidae, order Gruiformes (cranes, rails, etc) caciqueany of various tropical American songbirds of the genus Cacicus and related genera: family Icteridae (American orioles) Californian quail (New Zealand)canarya small finch, Serinus canaria, of the Canary Islands and Azores: a popular cagebird noted for its singing. Wild canaries are streaked yellow and brown, but most domestic breeds are pure yellow Cape Barren gooseCape pigeoncapercaillie or capercailziea large European woodland grouse, Tetrao urogallus, having a black plumage and fan shaped tail in the male Cape sparrowa sparrow, Passer melanurus, very common in southern Africa: family Ploceidae capuchina rare variety of domestic fancy pigeon cardinal or cardinal grosbeaka crested North American bunting, Richmondena (or Pyrrhuloxia) cardinalis, the male of which has a bright red plumage and the female a brown one carrion crowa common predatory and scavenging European crow, Corvus corone, similar to the rook but having a pure black bill cassowaryany large flightless bird of the genus Casuarius, inhabiting forests in NE Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands, having a horny head crest, black plumage, and brightly coloured neck and wattles: order Casuariiformes catbirdany of several North American songbirds of the family Mimidae (mockingbirds), esp Dumetella carolinensis, whose call resembles the mewing of a cat chaffincha common European finch, Fringilla coelebs, with black and white wings and, in the male, a reddish body and blue grey head chatany Old World songbird of the subfamily Turdinae (thrushes, etc) having a harsh chattering cry chickadeechickena domestic fowl bred for its flesh or eggs, esp a young one chiffchaffa common European warbler, Phylloscopus collybita, with a yellowish brown plumage chimney swift or chimney swallowa North American swift, Chaetura pelagica, that nests in chimneys and similar hollows chipping sparrowa common North American sparrow, Spizella passerina, having brown and grey plumage and a white eye stripe chougha large black passerine bird, Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax, of parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, with a long downward curving red bill: family Corvidae (crows) chuck will’s widowa large North American nightjar, Caprimulgus carolinensis, similar to the whippoorwill chukara common Indian partridge, Alectoris chukar (or graeca), having red legs and bill and a black barred sandy plumage cliff swallowan American swallow, Petrochelidon pyrrhonota, that has a square tipped tail and builds nests of mud on cliffs, walls, etc coal tit or coletita small European songbird, Parus ater, having a black head with a white patch on the nape: family Paridae (tits) cockatiel or cockateela crested Australian parrot, Leptolophus hollandicus, having a greyish brown and yellow plumage cockatooany of various parrots of the genus Kakatoe and related genera, such as K. Galerita (sulphur crested cockatoo), of Australia and New Guinea.