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30th Jan '16 11:21:10 AM nombretomado
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* SHODAN, from ''SystemShock''
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* SHODAN, from ''SystemShock''''VideoGame/SystemShock''
24th Jan '16 1:31:22 PM Doomguy64x2
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Added crosswicked example from Garakowa: Restore The World
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* In [[Anime/GarakowaRestoreTheWorld Garakowa: Restore The World,]] every single person on the planet had an AI copy created within the Wisdom Box. The main characters, all being programs themselves, also apply as this.
21st Jan '16 3:55:20 PM Discar
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* The Machine from ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', a surveillance supercomputer designed to save lives by predicting terrorist threats and violent crimes [[UnbelievableSourcePlot and passing that intelligence to those who could use it]]. It eventually became fully sapient, passing the TuringTest with flying colours ''despite'' the best efforts of its creator, who feared that if given autonomy, the Machine might reject [[WeHelpTheHelpless its original purpose]] or work against humanity. [[spoiler:When the Machine finally does become autonomous, it continues to predict threats and help stop them.]]
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'': ** The Machine from ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', Machine, a surveillance supercomputer designed to save lives by predicting terrorist threats and violent crimes [[UnbelievableSourcePlot and passing that intelligence to those who could use it]]. It eventually became fully sapient, passing the TuringTest with flying colours ''despite'' the best efforts of its creator, who feared that if given autonomy, the Machine might reject [[WeHelpTheHelpless its original purpose]] or work against humanity. [[spoiler:When the Machine finally does become autonomous, it continues to predict threats and help stop them.]]

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* The Machine from ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', ''Series/SecondChance2016'': Arthur, a surveillance supercomputer designed to save lives by predicting terrorist threats and violent crimes [[UnbelievableSourcePlot and passing that basic assistant intelligence to those who could use it]]. It eventually became fully sapient, passing the TuringTest with flying colours ''despite'' the best efforts of its creator, who feared that if given autonomy, the Machine might reject [[WeHelpTheHelpless its original purpose]] or work against humanity. [[spoiler:When the Machine finally does become autonomous, it continues to predict threats and help stop them.]]Otto created. He controls their house, but little outside it.
12th Dec '15 4:54:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* Lykurgus from ''TheCodex'' is specially designed for translation and decoding.
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* Lykurgus from ''TheCodex'' ''Machinima/TheCodex'' is specially designed for translation and decoding.
5th Dec '15 9:05:51 PM jormis29
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* It's vague, but [[spoiler: Bellwether]] from ''{{Watch_Dogs}}'' ''may'' be one, but is only confirmed in game as an advanced information managing program.
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* It's vague, but [[spoiler: Bellwether]] from ''{{Watch_Dogs}}'' ''VideoGame/WatchDogs'' ''may'' be one, but is only confirmed in game as an advanced information managing program.
3rd Dec '15 7:54:33 PM raeknowsrae
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* In ''VisualNovel/InvisibleApartment'', basic [=AI=]s are common enough (one is found controlling an apartment door, for example), but aren't supposed to reach the stage where they become "awakened" (which seems to indicate human-like attitudes towards survival and independence). The Kacey is assisted by an awakened [=AI=] in her [[GogglesDoSomethingUnusual computer "mask"]] he's anxious that he be given the opportunity to upload himself to safety if Kacey is caught rather than have his core wiped like another [=AI=] might.

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[[folder:Visual Novels]] * In ''VisualNovel/InvisibleApartment'', basic [=AI=]s are common enough (one is found controlling an apartment door, for example), but aren't supposed to reach the stage where they become "awakened" (which seems to indicate human-like attitudes towards survival and independence). The Kacey is assisted by an awakened [=AI=] in her [[GogglesDoSomethingUnusual computer "mask"]] he's anxious that he be given the opportunity to upload himself to safety if Kacey is caught rather than have his core wiped like another [=AI=] might.might. *Amadeus, from ''VisualNovel/SteinsGateZero''. [[/folder]]
3rd Nov '15 9:59:01 AM eyebones
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more concise, clearer
In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. That type of intelligence is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. That type of General intelligence is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
3rd Nov '15 9:58:13 AM eyebones
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sapient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sapient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) That type of intelligence is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
2nd Nov '15 3:02:16 PM OwenPD
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sentient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sentient, sapient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
2nd Nov '15 3:01:39 PM OwenPD
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sentient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sentient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
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In fictional works, AI most usually refers to artificial ''general'' intelligence - a sentient, sapient, self-aware computer system capable of independent thought and reason, something which reality is still a long way from accomplishing. Self-aware, sentient, reasoning AI (or BrainUploading) is a baseline requirement for a lot of science fiction tropes, such as MasterComputer, AIIsACrapshoot, RobotGirl, RidiculouslyHumanRobot, {{Expositron 9000}} and many others listed in the indexes at the bottom of this page.
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