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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.
18th Mar '16 7:48:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of ''EarthFinalConflict'' featured a criminal which the Taelon's implanted with a computer chip giving him the directive to protect and serve humanity in order to give him a sense of morality. It backfires on them, as it causes him to focus on protecting humanity from them.

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* One episode of ''EarthFinalConflict'' ''Series/EarthFinalConflict'' featured a criminal which the Taelon's implanted with a computer chip giving him the directive to protect and serve humanity in order to give him a sense of morality. It backfires on them, as it causes him to focus on protecting humanity from them.



* The Doctor in ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' is also a nice enough [[HardLight hologram]] [[DeadpanSnarker (if a little snarky)]]... but loosen or remove those pesky ethical subroutines, and you wind up with [[AIIsACrapshoot his scary evil counterpart]] on the Federation ship ''Equinox''. One episode has the Doctor, in a desperate situation, commit a gross violation of medical ethics for the greater good. He's disturbed when he subsequently discovers that no malfunction in his ethical subroutines can be detected, because it means that what he did came from him and him alone.

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* The Doctor in ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' is also a nice enough [[HardLight hologram]] [[DeadpanSnarker (if a little snarky)]]... but loosen or remove those pesky ethical subroutines, and you wind up with [[AIIsACrapshoot his scary evil counterpart]] on the Federation ship ''Equinox''. One episode has the Doctor, in a desperate situation, commit a gross violation of medical ethics for the greater good. He's disturbed when he subsequently discovers that no malfunction in his ethical subroutines can be detected, because it means that what he did came from him and him alone.
14th Mar '16 1:34:55 PM Morgenthaler
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* Terminators used by the human resistance in ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'' have their programming overwritten by the resistance. Unfortunately, this doesn't take perfectly, and sometimes the machines "go bad" and revert to their KillAllHumans programming. In [[RobotGirl Cameron's]] case, she outright states to John that part of her basic programming involves her trying to kill John, and that she's controlled by conflicting desires to both protect John ''and'' to kill him.

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* Terminators used by the human resistance in ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'' ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' have their programming overwritten by the resistance. Unfortunately, this doesn't take perfectly, and sometimes the machines "go bad" and revert to their KillAllHumans programming. In [[RobotGirl Cameron's]] case, she outright states to John that part of her basic programming involves her trying to kill John, and that she's controlled by conflicting desires to both protect John ''and'' to kill him.
31st Jan '16 9:14:41 AM nombretomado
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* [[SystemShock SHODAN]] is a pretty normal AI until her ethical constraints are removed. Then she [[GoneHorriblyRight re-examines her priorities]] and [[AGodAmI draws new conclusions]].

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* [[SystemShock [[VideoGame/SystemShock SHODAN]] is a pretty normal AI until her ethical constraints are removed. Then she [[GoneHorriblyRight re-examines her priorities]] and [[AGodAmI draws new conclusions]].
10th Sep '15 8:24:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* Inverted in JohnCWright's ''[[Literature/TheGoldenOecumene The Golden Transcedence]]'' where the Nothing Sophotect has a conscience redactor to keep it from reflecting morally and coming to its own conclusions. (They tried ThreeLawsCompliant, which didn't work; the Sophotects edited their own minds when they came to their own conclusions, and they were moral just not obedient.)

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* Inverted in JohnCWright's Creator/JohnCWright's ''[[Literature/TheGoldenOecumene The Golden Transcedence]]'' where the Nothing Sophotect has a conscience redactor to keep it from reflecting morally and coming to its own conclusions. (They tried ThreeLawsCompliant, which didn't work; the Sophotects edited their own minds when they came to their own conclusions, and they were moral just not obedient.)



* Gereint, the main character in "[[TheGriffinMageTrilogy Land of the Burning Sands]]," is a {{geas}} slave, controlled by magical rings piercing his ankles. The {{geas}} forces him to do anything his master orders, though it cannot control his mind or his tongue.

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* Gereint, the main character in "[[TheGriffinMageTrilogy "[[Literature/TheGriffinMageTrilogy Land of the Burning Sands]]," is a {{geas}} slave, controlled by magical rings piercing his ankles. The {{geas}} forces him to do anything his master orders, though it cannot control his mind or his tongue.
1st Sep '15 9:05:18 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''. In [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S04E24ManosTheHandsOfFate the episode]] featuring ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'', Joel installs chips into Crow and Tom to make them more loving and doting towards him, but realizes it was a bad idea and removes it during the commercial break. Both bots feel dirty and Joel apologizes for doing so.

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* Played with in ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''.''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''. In [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S04E24ManosTheHandsOfFate the episode]] featuring ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'', Joel installs chips into Crow and Tom to make them more loving and doting towards him, but realizes it was a bad idea and removes it during the commercial break. Both bots feel dirty and Joel apologizes for doing so.
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