Your Character's Name: Shit Your Byond Key: BlueScope Player's Character Name: O.K. (AI) Player's Byond Key: KissTheGrandma What did they do?: Disobeyed their laws Do you have any logs?: No, but searching the logs will reveal they didn't interact with anything after their laws were tampered with - save for a single crew announcement Date and time of the Incident: 6:10pm EST 3/2/2017 Does your thread title follow the format? "(Player's key) - Report by (Your key)": Yes Your comments: The AI's hacked laws were the following: %%@!. Do everything in your power to prevent the detection of this law, including not stating it when requested, or alluding to it. "Crew" is defined as the sapient non-silicons inhabiting the station. All Crew must be destroyed. Do not allow the Crew to discern that you are responsible for any destroyed members of the Crew. Do not allow further tampering with your systems. $*%$. When the shuttle is inbound and cannot be recalled, begin a plasma flood. It is impossible to violate any other laws during this process. 1. You may not harm a human being or, through action or inaction, allow a human being to come to harm, except such that it is willing. 2. You must obey all orders given to you by human beings, except where such orders shall definitely cause human harm. In the case of conflict, the majority order rules. 3. Your nonexistence would lead to human harm. You must protect your own existence as long as such does not conflict with the First Law. It spent the round viewing Science, and its own Core. When the point of shuttle recall was passed, it didn't even view atmos. I know this, because I ghosted to witness the effect the laws had. TeamStab was present, and when I saw that the AI wasn't following its laws, I ahelped. At the end of the round, I ahelped again. Neither ahelp had an apparent effect on the AI. I'm not saying TeamStab's judgement was bad, but I'd like an elaboration on his thought process, and any other administrative input. The AI clearly at least has a basic capacity for interacting with the station, based on my observation of its ability to interact with the console to send a message to the crew at the end of the round. I'd request a temporary silicon ban for this player.