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5th Jun '16 5:06:25 AM Elfkaiser
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* Nova from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' who's the titular group's ship. She typically uses a holographic blue skinned female avatar when talking to characters. Although simply a ship AI, in the pre-mission briefing of The Saboteur mission, she mentions wanting to being put in a robot suit.
30th May '16 5:37:59 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Kate Rose from ''TrinityBlood'' she is the basically the AI of the flying ship "The Iron maiden", although she's also a {{Wetware CPU}} whose body is comatose, she's been inside the ship for so long that she often refers to the parts of the ship as if they were her own appendages.

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* Kate Rose from ''TrinityBlood'' ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'' she is the basically the AI of the flying ship "The Iron maiden", although she's also a {{Wetware CPU}} whose body is comatose, she's been inside the ship for so long that she often refers to the parts of the ship as if they were her own appendages.
26th May '16 10:59:03 AM Atomic_Bear
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* ''Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel'' does this with actual naval ships, though the technology in said ships rivals that of most spaceships which would feature this trope. Interestingly, one of the human characters actually inquire about why all of the ships feature female avatars. The mental models state that humans have always referred to ships as "female", [[HandWave so logically they would be represented that way]]. See the Real Life entry for further details.

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* ''Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel'' does this with actual naval ships, though the technology in said ships rivals that of most spaceships which would feature this trope. Interestingly, when one of the human characters actually inquire inquires about why all of the ships feature female avatars. The avatars the mental models state model he's talking to states that humans have always referred to ships as "female", [[HandWave so logically they would be represented that way]]. See the Real Life entry for further details.
26th May '16 10:56:47 AM Atomic_Bear
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* ''Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel'' does this with actual naval ships, though the technology in said ships rivals that of most spaceships which would feature this trope. Interestingly, one of the human characters actually inquire about why all of the ships feature female avatars. The mental models state that humans have always referred to ships as "female", so logically they would be represented that way. See the Real Life entry for further details.

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* ''Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel'' does this with actual naval ships, though the technology in said ships rivals that of most spaceships which would feature this trope. Interestingly, one of the human characters actually inquire about why all of the ships feature female avatars. The mental models state that humans have always referred to ships as "female", [[HandWave so logically they would be represented that way.way]]. See the Real Life entry for further details.
19th May '16 6:16:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* Perhonen, Mieli's CoolShip in Hannu Rajaniemi's ''TheQuantumThief'' manifests as [[BilingualBonus holographic butterflies]], but her voice and personality are distinctly female. The protagonist even assumes that [[LesYay she and Mieli]] [[CargoShip are lovers]], but Perhonen explains that they are just good friends.

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* Perhonen, Mieli's CoolShip in Hannu Rajaniemi's ''TheQuantumThief'' ''Literature/TheQuantumThief'' manifests as [[BilingualBonus holographic butterflies]], but her voice and personality are distinctly female. The protagonist even assumes that [[LesYay she and Mieli]] [[CargoShip are lovers]], but Perhonen explains that they are just good friends.
8th May '16 9:34:34 PM PaulA
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* AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/TheShipWho Sang'', and later related books.
** ''The Ship Who Searched'' by MercedesLackey [[spoiler:featured a brainship who financed the creation of a remote-operated android accessory so she could be her human partner's... [[{{Robosexual}} partner]]]].
** Another book from that series has a brainship who had gone through a terrible traumatic event; in [[ThereAreNoTherapists therapy]] a counselor had her channel her emotions and frustrations into art, and eventually had her create a self portrait. He expected her to paint a projection of herself as a human, if she hadn't had the genetic defects that landed her in a brainship, but she painted her shipself with some anthropomorphic elements.

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* AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/TheShipWho Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series is about "shellpeople" who control starships as if they were their bodies, and several of the protagonists are female.
** The series began with ''The Ship Who
Sang'', and later related books.
with female protagonist Helva.
** ''The Ship Who Searched'' by MercedesLackey Searched'', co-written with Creator/MercedesLackey, [[spoiler:featured a brainship who financed the creation of a remote-operated android accessory so she could be her human partner's... [[{{Robosexual}} partner]]]].
** Another book from that series has a brainship who had gone through a terrible traumatic event; in [[ThereAreNoTherapists therapy]] therapy a counselor had her channel her emotions and frustrations into art, and eventually had her create a self portrait. He expected her to paint a projection of herself as a human, if she hadn't had the genetic defects that landed her in a brainship, but she painted her shipself with some anthropomorphic elements.
7th Apr '16 4:04:00 PM AnotherDuck
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7th Apr '16 3:59:07 PM AnotherDuck
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28th Mar '16 1:10:47 PM Morgenthaler
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* OlderThanTheyThink; the Harryhausen version of ''JasonAndTheArgonauts'' has the Argo's figurehead of Hera speak to Jason to give him advice. This detail wasn't in the original story, however.

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* OlderThanTheyThink; the Harryhausen version of ''JasonAndTheArgonauts'' ''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts'' has the Argo's figurehead of Hera speak to Jason to give him advice. This detail wasn't in the original story, however.
25th Mar '16 9:22:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sandstrom from {{Hyperdrive}}.

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* Sandstrom from {{Hyperdrive}}.Series/{{Hyperdrive}}.



* On one episode of ''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'', Arwin makes an A.I. for the cruise ship that will control all the main processes of the ship. It becomes evil and eventually manifests itself as a RobotGirl, who falls in love with Cody.

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* On one episode of ''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'', ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'', Arwin makes an A.I. for the cruise ship that will control all the main processes of the ship. It becomes evil and eventually manifests itself as a RobotGirl, who falls in love with Cody.
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