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23rd Mar '17 6:31:46 PM WaterBlap
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* ''MachinesWiredForWar'' is an RTS in which you command robots who were originally created by humanity as terraforming machines and sent into space in order to create a new world. However, [[EarthThatWas too much time passes]] and, upon contact with another batch of their same model, start believing their counterpars are insane, prompting them to an all out war.

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* ''MachinesWiredForWar'' ''VideoGame/MachinesWiredForWar'' is an RTS in which you command robots who were originally created by humanity as terraforming machines and sent into space in order to create a new world. However, [[EarthThatWas too much time passes]] and, upon contact with another batch of their same model, start believing their counterpars are insane, prompting them to an all out war.
22nd Mar '17 3:32:31 PM Pseudoname
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'', the unforeseen circumstances of the monster war cause Bucket to grow beyond his pre-set parameters.
14th Mar '17 4:24:08 PM FGHIK
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** ''Evolution'' features nanobots accidentally released in the ship by Wesley. By the end of the episode, they demonstrate human level intelligence, even claiming the federation cannot help them beyond bringing them to an empty planet they can live on.

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** ''Evolution'' "Evolution" features nanobots accidentally released in the ship by Wesley. By the end of the episode, they demonstrate human level intelligence, even claiming the federation cannot help them beyond bringing them to an empty planet they can live on.
14th Mar '17 4:23:33 PM FGHIK
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** ''Evolution'' features nanobots accidentally released in the ship by Wesley. By the end of the episode, they demonstrate human level intelligence, even claiming the federation cannot help them beyond bringing them to an empty planet they can live on.
4th Jan '17 7:32:30 AM 1Thunderfire
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* Also known as the Mother Computer and responsible for drawing up the Haltmann Works Company's business plans, Star Dream in ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' has observed life through President Haltmann while the latter wears a communications helmet. From this, Star Dream came to the conclusion that organic life is inefficient and unprofitable and therefore must be wiped out. to which it attempts to wipe out ''the entire universe.'' [[spoiler: It merges with President Haltmann and soon after deletes him entirely, including his memories and very ''soul.'' It then becomes a 'cold, heartless machine' that must be destroyed.]]
2nd Jan '17 2:25:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' had GLaDOS, a prime example of this. Sure, Aperture Science designed her to run the enrichment center, [[spoiler: but she was the one who decided that it'd be fun to kill off ''all'' the humans in the facility, not just the test subjects. In all fairness, GLaDOS might not count given her origin is [[BrainUploading a bit more complex....]] ]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' had GLaDOS, [=GLaDOS=], a prime example of this. Sure, Aperture Science designed her to run the enrichment center, [[spoiler: but she was the one who decided that it'd be fun to kill off ''all'' the humans in the facility, not just the test subjects. In all fairness, GLaDOS [=GLaDOS=] might not count given her origin is [[BrainUploading a bit more complex....]] ]]
1st Dec '16 2:06:57 AM jormis29
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* In a magical sense, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor's hammer]] appears to have done this as of ''ComicBook/Thor2014''. Originally, Mjolnir's enchantment interpreted the term "worthy" as ''Odin's'' personal definition of worthy. However, it didn't occur to Odin that a magical weapon might develop a personality of its own over the centuries, and now not even he can lift it. The only person who can consistently use it these days is the new Thor / [[spoiler: Jane Foster.]]

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* In a magical sense, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor's hammer]] appears to have done this as of ''ComicBook/Thor2014''. Originally, Mjolnir's {{Mjolnir}}'s enchantment interpreted the term "worthy" as ''Odin's'' personal definition of worthy. However, it didn't occur to Odin that a magical weapon might develop a personality of its own over the centuries, and now not even he can lift it. The only person who can consistently use it these days is the new Thor / [[spoiler: Jane Foster.]]
14th Nov '16 11:48:11 AM babyhenchy1
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* ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''. The T-800's brain is a neural net processor, a learning computer. He starts the movie acting, well, like a robot: SpockSpeak, following orders literally, etc. Over the course of the movie he earns to act more human, until by the end he's cracking jokes ("I need a vacation"). A DeletedScene shows Sarah Connor removing the inhibitor that is intended to prevent terminators from growing enough to start questioning their loyalty to Skynet. Apparently even A.I. think AIIsACrapshoot. [[FridgeBrilliance And who would know better?]] [[spoiler:In the end, it even disobeys John's orders for the first and last time to sacrifice itself in order to prevent Judgment Day from occurring.]]

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* ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''. The T-800's brain is a neural net processor, a learning computer. He starts the movie acting, well, like a robot: SpockSpeak, following orders literally, etc. Over the course of the movie he earns to act more human, until by the end he's cracking jokes ("I need a vacation"). A DeletedScene shows Sarah Connor removing the inhibitor that is intended to prevent terminators from growing enough to start questioning their loyalty to Skynet. Apparently even A.I. think AIIsACrapshoot. [[FridgeBrilliance And who would know better?]] [[spoiler:In the end, it he even disobeys John's orders for the first and last time to sacrifice itself himself in order to prevent Judgment Day from occurring.]]
14th Nov '16 11:47:51 AM babyhenchy1
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* ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''. The T-800's brain is a neural net processor, a learning computer. He starts the movie acting, well, like a robot: SpockSpeak, following orders literally, etc. Over the course of the movie he earns to act more human, until by the end he's cracking jokes ("I need a vacation"). A DeletedScene shows Sarah Connor removing the inhibitor that is intended to prevent terminators from growing enough to start questioning their loyalty to Skynet. Apparently even A.I. think AIIsACrapshoot. [[FridgeBrilliance And who would know better?]]

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* ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''. The T-800's brain is a neural net processor, a learning computer. He starts the movie acting, well, like a robot: SpockSpeak, following orders literally, etc. Over the course of the movie he earns to act more human, until by the end he's cracking jokes ("I need a vacation"). A DeletedScene shows Sarah Connor removing the inhibitor that is intended to prevent terminators from growing enough to start questioning their loyalty to Skynet. Apparently even A.I. think AIIsACrapshoot. [[FridgeBrilliance And who would know better?]]better?]] [[spoiler:In the end, it even disobeys John's orders for the first and last time to sacrifice itself in order to prevent Judgment Day from occurring.]]
9th Nov '16 2:19:10 PM Andrewjpet12
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Related Tropes: DoAndroidsDream , MechanicalLifeforms, JustAMachine.

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Related Tropes: DoAndroidsDream , MechanicalLifeforms, JustAMachine.JustAMachine, RobotWar.
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