Welcome to QualityLand in a not too far distant future: Everything works well – work, leisure and relationships are optimised by algorithms. Nevertheless, the machine destroyer Peter Unemployed is increasingly getting the feeling that something isn’t right with life. If the system is really so perfect, why are there drones who are scared of flying or battle robots suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder? Why are machines becoming more and more human and people more and more mechanical? Marc-Uwe Kling has assembled the promises and discomforts of the digital present to shape a surprising satire of the future with a long-lasting effect. Visionary, well-researched – and as funny as the Kangaroo trilogy.