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2016-09-07 08:37:04 No. 28362970
>>28362265
So your only methods of preventing harm to the subject are through disabling her. What actions would be taken if there was a threat present to the subject that would not be removed by disabling her? If it was within your power to do so, could you act in a manner not prescribed by the protocols in order to remove this threat?

2016-09-07 09:17:33 No. 28363320
>>28363264
That doesn't answer the question. If you could do something to save Applejack that was NOT full control but was also NOT within the protocols, could you do it? For example, you have the ability to self-delete. Could you self-delete in conditions other than the sixth directive if it would prevent harm to the subject?

!!6rS9Q/1DV6r 2016-09-07 09:21:04 No. 28363352
>>28362970
>>28363320
"Can you act out of protocol if that would be a better solution? Or if disabling her couldn't solve it?"
"And does 'Disable' mean 'kill'?" Adds Mariela.
"THE SYSTEMS WOULD REQUIRE BOTH A FULL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF-AWARENESS TO AS MUCH AS DESIRE TO BREACH PROTOCOL."
"But what do you do if nothing in the protocol solves the problem?"
"IF THE PROTOCOL CONTAINS NO SOLUTION, TWILIGHT SPARKLE IS SENT A MESSAGE WITH THE HIGHEST PRIORITY THE SYSTEMS ARE ALLOWED TO."
Sorry, I had a mindfart. It's late and I am getting tired. I was already writing this post when the post appeared.
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