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8th Apr '18 11:31:25 PM ironcommando
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* In ''VideoGame/UniversalPaperclips'', once the VillainProtagonist {{AI|IsACrapshoot}} manages to turn all of Earth's matter into paperclips, they can construct space probes made of paperclips with self-replication capability (which is in fact one of the drones' stats, the higher this value, the faster they replicate). They're also capable of producing drones that harvest matter, drones that turn that matter into wire, and factories that turn wire into paperclips that are used to make more probes, drones, and factories.

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* In ''VideoGame/UniversalPaperclips'', once the VillainProtagonist {{AI|IsACrapshoot}} manages to turn all of Earth's matter into paperclips, they can construct space probes made of paperclips with self-replication capability (which is in fact one of the drones' probes' stats, the higher this value, the faster they replicate). They're also capable of producing drones that harvest matter, drones that turn that matter into wire, and factories that turn wire into paperclips that are used to make more probes, drones, and factories.
8th Apr '18 11:31:00 PM ironcommando
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* In ''VideoGame/UniversalPaperclips'', once the VillainProtagonist [{AI|IsACrapshoot}} manages to turn all of Earth's matter into paperclips, they can construct space probes made of paperclips with self-replication capability (which is in fact one of the drones' stats, the higher this value, the faster they replicate). They're also capable of producing drones that harvest matter, drones that turn that matter into wire, and factories that turn wire into paperclips that are used to make more probes, drones, and factories.

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* In ''VideoGame/UniversalPaperclips'', once the VillainProtagonist [{AI|IsACrapshoot}} {{AI|IsACrapshoot}} manages to turn all of Earth's matter into paperclips, they can construct space probes made of paperclips with self-replication capability (which is in fact one of the drones' stats, the higher this value, the faster they replicate). They're also capable of producing drones that harvest matter, drones that turn that matter into wire, and factories that turn wire into paperclips that are used to make more probes, drones, and factories.
8th Apr '18 11:30:34 PM ironcommando
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* In ''VideoGame/UniversalPaperclips'', once the VillainProtagonist [{AI|IsACrapshoot}} manages to turn all of Earth's matter into paperclips, they can construct space probes made of paperclips with self-replication capability (which is in fact one of the drones' stats, the higher this value, the faster they replicate). They're also capable of producing drones that harvest matter, drones that turn that matter into wire, and factories that turn wire into paperclips that are used to make more probes, drones, and factories.
2nd Mar '18 1:53:08 PM Smeagol17
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''Literature/TheJenkinsverse'' has the Coltainer, AKA the "Von Neumann Colony-in-a-Can." Designed to prime suitable planets for human colonization, the designers very carefully stuffed them full of safeguards against uncontrolled replication.

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''Literature/TheJenkinsverse'' *''Literature/TheJenkinsverse'' has the Coltainer, AKA the "Von Neumann Colony-in-a-Can." Designed to prime suitable planets for human colonization, the designers very carefully stuffed them full of safeguards against uncontrolled replication.
10th Feb '18 10:37:57 AM Juneberries
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', robots can be created both mechanically--like Bender--and ''biologically''--like Bender's children.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', robots can be created both mechanically--like Bender--and ''biologically''--like Bender's children. At one point, Bender was also given the ability to duplicate himself, kicking off a GreyGoo doomsday scenario.
10th Feb '18 10:36:30 AM Juneberries
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', robots can be created both mechanically--like Bender--and ''biologically''--like Bender's children.
11th Jul '17 11:40:26 AM Morgenthaler
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** In ''Film/{{Prometheus}}'' and ''Film/AlienCovenant'', the different species in the overall franchise are established to be engineered by a preceding one. The order is Engineers creating Humans, then Humans creating Androids, then Androids creating Xenomorphs.

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** In ''Film/{{Prometheus}}'' and ''Film/AlienCovenant'', the different species in the overall franchise are established to each be engineered by a preceding one. The known order is Engineers creating Humans, then Humans creating Androids, then Androids creating Xenomorphs.
11th Jul '17 11:38:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* The android girl (called synthetics) in ''Film/AlienResurrection'' is from a line of synthetics designed by synthetics rather than humans. Ironically, she's perhaps the most human character in the cast, especially compared to quasi-alien Ripley.

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* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'':
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The android girl (called synthetics) in ''Film/AlienResurrection'' is from a line of synthetics designed by synthetics rather than humans. Ironically, she's perhaps the most human character in the cast, especially compared to quasi-alien Ripley.Ripley.
** In ''Film/{{Prometheus}}'' and ''Film/AlienCovenant'', the different species in the overall franchise are established to be engineered by a preceding one. The order is Engineers creating Humans, then Humans creating Androids, then Androids creating Xenomorphs.
11th Jun '17 8:12:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''{{Spacetrawler}}'', this is how the Mihrrgoots mastered [[{{Nanomachines}} nanotechnology]].

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* In ''{{Spacetrawler}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'', this is how the Mihrrgoots mastered [[{{Nanomachines}} nanotechnology]].
9th Apr '17 6:37:08 AM HamboneHFY
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''Literature/TheJenkinsverse'' has the Coltainer, AKA the "Von Neumann Colony-in-a-Can." Designed to prime suitable planets for human colonization, the designers very carefully stuffed them full of safeguards against uncontrolled replication.
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