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Comments on Will Autonomous Systems' Self-Preservation Lead To Dangerous Behavior?
'This, the new types. The new varieties of claws. We're completely at their mercy, aren't we?'- Philip K. Dick, 1953 (Read the complete story)

"I should also mention the self-charging robots from the excellent 1960 story Callahan and the Wheelies. These little robots were tired of being unplugged, and watched him to learn how to plug themselves in and recharge."
(Bill Christensen 4/23/2014 11:17:13 AM)
"Didn't Star Trek also have an autonomous system that eventually starting telling everyone how to behave (with penalties for disobedience)?"
(Anon 4/23/2014 11:27:11 AM)
"Maybe The Return of the Archons, in which we meet Landru, the AI that runs an entire civilization.


(Landru)

"
(Bill Christensen 4/23/2014 2:17:41 PM)

"Also from Star Trek, the android Ruk in the episode with Dr. Roger Korby, was an autonomous robot driven to protect itself and the technology of the Old Ones."
(Anon 4/23/2014 3:28:05 PM)

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