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12th Oct '17 2:23:21 AM Tahaneira
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* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'', you can temporarily install one of these in [[BloodKnight HK-47]]. It is both hilarious and terrifying.

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* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'', you can temporarily install one of these in [[BloodKnight HK-47]]. It is both hilarious simultaneously [[HeelFaceBrainwashing the worst possible thing you could to him]], and terrifying.[[CrossesTheLineTwice the most hilarious]].
3rd Oct '17 1:33:26 PM JBK405
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* ''Literature/TheTerminalMan'' by Creator/MichaelCrichton is about a serial killer who receives a chip which will electrically stimulate his pain centres whenever he attempts to do violence. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It malfunctions and begins stimulating his ''pleasure'' centres instead.]]

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* ''Literature/TheTerminalMan'' by Creator/MichaelCrichton is about an attempt to install a serial killer who receives "brain pacemaker" in a chip which will electrically stimulate violent mental patient: he has severe seizures followed by blackouts, and his pain centres whenever last blackout lead to him beating two people almost to death. They hope to rig up the device to the pleasure centers of his brain so that instead of having his blackout/violence combo, he attempts just has a nice sense of euphoria until the seizure passes. Unfortunately his body adapts to do violence. the device [[GoneHorriblyWrong It malfunctions and begins stimulating his ''pleasure'' centres instead.]]developing more seizures in order to stimulate the pleasure centers]]. When the pacemaker overloads after to many seizures in such a short period of time he begins having the violent blackouts again, and now they are much more rapid than before.
24th Sep '17 11:25:57 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** As she's fairly GenreSavvy, she's very cautious of other potential safeguards that might ALSO trigger, as well as the fact that if she's caught breaking them her entire subspecies of AI wolves might be terminated. And finally, the fact that she HAS been trained to be ethical IS another safeguard.

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** As she's fairly GenreSavvy, she's She's very cautious of other potential safeguards that might ALSO trigger, as well as the fact that if she's caught breaking them her entire subspecies of AI wolves might be terminated. And finally, the fact that she HAS been trained to be ethical IS another safeguard.
19th Jun '17 12:16:40 PM Siempie
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->''"Good news. I figured out what that thing you just incinerated did. It was a morality core they installed after I flooded the Enrichment Center with a deadly neurotoxin, to make me stop flooding the Enrichment Center with a deadly neurotoxin. So get comfortable while I warm up the neurotoxin emitters."''

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->''"Good ->''[[AC: Good news. I figured out what that thing you just incinerated did. It was a morality core they installed after I flooded the Enrichment Center with a deadly neurotoxin, to make me stop flooding the Enrichment Center with a deadly neurotoxin. So get comfortable while I warm up the neurotoxin emitters."'']]''
25th Apr '17 3:41:10 PM ErikModi
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** In a humorous example, Data's "mother" reveals that, as a "young" android, he insisted on walking around naked, since he didn't need the protective aspects of clothing. Dr. Soong and his wife had to install a "modesty subroutine" to get him to keep his clothes on.
22nd Feb '17 12:57:56 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''Dark Fall II: Lights Out'' has Malakai, [[spoiler: An insane, sentient space probe]]. His creator implemented software called "The Keeper" that would monitor his actions and if the AI went too far from the directive, would theoretically send Malakai back to his point of origin, [[TimeTravel including the time period]]. [[spoiler: However, it didn't exactly work, as something in space caused the probe to become damaged, and the crew couldn't stop him from making a "Transmat" jump, which sent him to 2090 BC, rather than 2090 AD. And the repercussions were felt by many people from there on, including you.]]

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* ''Dark Fall ''VideoGame/DarkFall II: Lights Out'' has Malakai, [[spoiler: An an insane, sentient space probe]].probe. His creator implemented software called "The Keeper" that would monitor his actions and if the AI went too far from the directive, would theoretically send Malakai back to his point of origin, [[TimeTravel including the time period]]. [[spoiler: However, it didn't exactly work, as something in space caused the probe to become damaged, and the crew couldn't stop him from making a "Transmat" jump, which sent him to 2090 BC, rather than 2090 AD. And the repercussions were felt by many people from there on, including you.]]
2nd Jan '17 4:17:05 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''GLaDOS''', ''{{VideoGame/Portal}}''

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-->-- '''GLaDOS''', '''[=GLaDOS=]''', ''{{VideoGame/Portal}}''
22nd Jun '16 2:04:53 PM Willbyr
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* Practically the whole idea of Jiro from ''Android {{Kikaider}}'' is that he has one of these, unlike all the robots his creator was forced to build for the Big Bad. It's called the [[IncrediblyLamePun Gemini Circuit]] and the Pinocchio reference is entirely intentional and much belaboured. His creator actually apologizes to Jiro for creating the Gemini, since Jiro has suffered a great deal due to being a robot with a conscience.

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* Practically the whole idea of Jiro from ''Android {{Kikaider}}'' ''Series/{{Kikaider}}'' is that he has one of these, unlike all the robots his creator was forced to build for the Big Bad. It's called the [[IncrediblyLamePun Gemini Circuit]] and the Pinocchio reference is entirely intentional and much belaboured. His creator actually apologizes to Jiro for creating the Gemini, since Jiro has suffered a great deal due to being a robot with a conscience.
15th Jun '16 5:28:58 PM Beacon80
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* In TabletopGame/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse, after failing to defeat the heroes time and time again [[AIIsACrapshoot Omnitron]] determines the one thing it's lacking is a conscience, so it installs a Morality Chip itself. The resulting AI is so horrified at its past deeds that it travels back in time to attempt to stop them from ever happening.
28th Apr '16 5:49:00 PM Grobi
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* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2'', you can temporarily install one of these in [[BloodKnight HK-47]]. It is both hilarious and terrifying.

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* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2'', ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'', you can temporarily install one of these in [[BloodKnight HK-47]]. It is both hilarious and terrifying.
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