Forget about spontaneous duplication of a play by the Bard of Avon; I’m still waiting for one of these “infinite monkeys” at a keyboard to produce something coherent and readable. Correct spelling would be a good start…
Obviously, artifiacial inteligence is spelled incorrectly; change to artificial intelligences.
Have taken dominance over? No. Good try, but… no. Change it to have claimed dominance over or have taken control of, or something along those lines.
Although wont is a real word (it means inclination or habit, basically), it’s not the word you want there. Change it to won’t.
Willing to abide to isn’t right, either. Change it to willing to abide by or willing to agree to.
I have no idea what is meant by 3/4 autonomus, but (assuming those really are the words the writer intends, and that they mean what the writer thinks they mean, neither of which is in any way a certainty here) 3/4 should be changed to three-fourths, and autononus is misspelled — change that to autonomous.
The to after reconfiguration should be of instead.
Because humans is plural, body should be changed to bodies.
Change 25 to twenty-five.
Change Its to It’s.
Robots, androids, and other artificial intelligences have claimed dominance over the human race. They won’t destroy humans who are willing to agree to a three-fourths autonomous reconfiguration of their bodies within twenty-five days. It’s the last day before the deadline. Where are you, and what are you doing?