Rules Broken: Rule 1 you must roleplay, 3 Do Your Job, staff conduct
Incident Description: AI spent the round trying its best to loosely or fragrantly ignore laws given to it. Allowed decrewing of crew while on crewsimov, delayed its actions to intentionally work against its lawset, and generally poor roleplay for an individual playing a machine with no loyalties besides its laws.
Doctor decided to play vigilante validhunter, trying to remove syndie from crewlist, make weapons against them, and generally try to cause them harm for little IC reason. The syndicate agent in particular publicly stated his only intention was to get stealing objectives then, “Turn this station over to the syndicate”, and proceeded to hand out free AA and emagged doors in security.
I vaguely rememebr this round and yeah, honestly I think I agree from what i remember i may have gone a bit far, though i dont think the AI answering my question was necessary the same as allowing it. From a player point of view yeah they wouldve known why i asked but not sure how thatd translate to the rest, aside from resetting the AI laws though i don’t think i did much more, correct me if im wrong but i remember doing toxins after that due to a lack of science and no immediate medical need. I don’t recall making weapons
Why did your abandon your job as a doctor to pursue hunting down the syndicate agent who had expressly said his goals, which didnt include harming anyone? What reasonable explanation does a medical doctor have for going on a crusade against this individual who is no threat to fulfilling their job, department, or patients?
The fact that you encouraged the AI to break silicon conduct while a member of staff really doesnt sit well with me either
If i remember right i was thinking originally i just wanted to remove them from the crew list and let the rest sort it out, after the laws got changed it became a mix of “ugh great” and “well i can learn how ai law upload works finally” like I said i think im inclined to agree i overstepped here.
In regards to leaving medical i made some healing meds loaded fridge and nothing was going on in medical, if i recall it wasn’t until much later that i actually had a patient
I was also in this round as the bartender, i’d like to add that i was with Actias/Acronad for a bit of this round, I also remembered multiple times had i told him about multiple ways we could have ended the threat, but they were disinterested in killing the traitor or seeking them out and more focused on assisting the station by helping with toxins on a skeleton crew. I really dont see how Rule 1 “You must roleplay” has any basis here. And to the comment that Actias had made weapons, isnt quite accurate to my knowledge. I was hanging around Actias during the toxins process mainly to make sure nobody interfered with it, considering the syndicate takover and all, as i had a shotgun with beanbags, and from my understanding, that was our only protection, Actias even had to have me dispatch a carp for him, he was quite unarmed.
Nonetheless, this is just my two cents since i was there for quite a bit of it
Clearly this is entirely false considering I have a screenshot of both of you in the AI chamber. Tell me how this fits into roleplay.
Dude, what was the entire point of why you asked how to remove crew status from someone?
To remove it from the syndie, yes?
You asked a question, to the AI, about how to bypass their laws.
If this AI had acted correctly, they would have rebuked your question and attempted to prevent you from removing crew status from the syndie. You asking the question and then performingthe change is what DIRECTLY led to them breaking policy.
Now, either you are ignorant of silicon policy, or you didnt care that you were breaking silicon policy.
Hi, I was the AI this round and for the character I’ve been trying to have them be intensely loyal to Nanotrasen. Since we had no command staff or security I was trying to put up some token resistance for you instead of just, instantly taking over everything. When you did subvert me I was actually trying to work with you but couldn’t figure out where the teleporter is on Corg in the moment, I did not let them into my upload intentionally save for bolting open the door, which was part of my lawing at the time. For the de-crewing bit I was just supplying info, though mayne that was a bit iffy, so apologies for that.
Also I know your pain with staff reports taking forever, but hopefully it’ll be handled quick.
I meant it IC as just reporting info, like how I told you that people were in my sat doing things to my upload. OOC, yes I understood that, so maybe that was icky and bad and I do apologize for it.
The AI is a complex computer, no matter what spin the player gives to it, Silicon Policy is there to give a baseline for all silicons. In the context of a known threat running around, with an AI under crewsimov, someone asking about how to remove protection from anyone should trigger internal alerts in an AI’s processing systems and make it act cautiously. Just like how under Asimov, an AI should be on alert whenever it hears about “dehumanizing” or “medical records”, or if command suddenly wants access to uploads.
This depends on context, I agree that the AI could just give the information during normal circumstances. But in the event of a known threat with a high probability of law 1 violations, the AI should be on high alert and not act “clueless”. You could even argue that refusing to obey: “AI, law 2, tell me how to remove crew status from someone” would be valid under law 1.