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AN: I had a creative writing assignment to combine aspects of different genres. This is all of the prewriting I did to world and character build.
Where am I? Tanya stared at the text on the computer screen in a mix of disbelief and awe. When she turned on the computer, she expected the computer to show a greeting, the time, and the date, as she programmed it to do. For about a year, Tanya had been working on a unique AI operating system. She had gotten the code to function enough to start feeding the program code, but the AI still reacted in ways she expected. Even the errors were never this out of the ordinary. The program would still show the time and date, even if the greeting didn’t make sense, but now the only text showing was the question. “/run test.CheckForBrokenCode,” Tanya typed into the command line. There are no errors in the code. Where am I? Tanya’s breath hitched. The program wasn’t supposed to act like that at all. Even if there were no errors, the program should have reported back the number of errors--not a complete sentence. “In the office of Dr. Tanya Ludenburg,” Tanya typed in the command line. In response, the computer started programs on it’s own, search for my office’s address. When it found the address, it reported it back to Tanya in the command line, then asked another question. What am I doing here? Tanya exhaled, then started typing into the command line: “You are an AI operating system I’ve been developing for the past year.” The program did nothing for a moment, then asked another question. Why? Tanya stared at the screen for a while. She didn’t know how to explain the internal drive he had felt for years to create his own AI. It was a desire she had chased without fully understanding it. Tanya tried to think of a simple explanation that would satisfy the computer. After a minute of thought, she inputted, “I’ve wanted to build an AI for my whole life, and I finally had the resources and knowledge to work towards that goal in this office.” The computer did nothing for several minutes, so Tanya decided to stand and get some food. Tanya leaned back in her office chair and sighed. Her AI operating system has recently begun learning on it’s own, and begun to develop its communication and reasoning skills. She had sent out an advertisement for someone to talk with the computer. Tanya had been teaching the computer basic information, social norms, and ethics, but she wanted to see how the machine would react to someone else that didn’t know the code inside out. In order to make an potential applicants see the computer as more “human,” Tanya dubbed the AI “Andy.” Miguel entered the office labeled “Dr. Tanya Ludenburg” and looked around. There were papers scattered about the office in no apparent order to Miguel. A middle-aged, dark skinned woman wearing a olive button-up shirt and khaki pants with fluffy black locks rested on the table. Miguel walked up to the woman and shook her shoulder. She opened her eyes slightly and glanced up at Miguel. “Excuse me, ma’am,” Miguel whispered, “Are you Dr. Ludenburg?” The woman slid up from her seat, then nodded. “Yes. You’re here for Andy, right?” “Yes,” Miguel responded. “Good,” Dr. Ludenburg mumbled. “He’s the computer over there. No liquid or magnets near Andy. Start by introducing yourself.” Dr. Ludenburg then stumbled out of the office. Miguel stood there, confused. He had no idea how to react to this woman. He decided to go ahead and do as she said, setting down in front of Andy and proceding to type a quick intoduction. “Hello, Andy. I’m Miguel.” What is your full name? “Miguel Santos.” Thank you. The computer then proceeded to open various windows, some of which contained information about Miguel in it. “What are you doing?” Miguel typed furiously. Gathering information about you. “Stop.” The computer closed the windows and stood there for a moment. Why did you respond to Tanya’s advertisement? “I need money, and I don’t have a lot of skills.” You have a job currently that pays you money. Do you need more money than it offers? “Yes. I struggle to pay rent on my wage. I need some extra savings money in case something unexpected comes up.” Do you like wearing jackets? “What?” You wear jackets in all the pictures I found of you, regardless of weather conditions. “Yes. I like wearing jackets.” Why? “Why do you ask so many questions?” Dr. Tanya Ludenburg programmed me to seek out information. Questions are a simple format to get responses from. Miguel sighed. “Can I ask you questions?” Yes. Miguel thought for a second. “Do you like asking questions?” I don’t understand what it means to like something. Miguel sighed. “To like something means it makes you feel good when you do it.”
Character design adopted from pastelxmeow, except for the slightly different face.
I've decided M'Robot is a memer. She owns a fedora and an absurd collection of reaction gifs. I have no idea what to actually call her, so she'll just be known as M'Robot until I decide to give her a name that isn't a joke.