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  • Computers
    • ANDI
        • A.I. created by a defendant. Artificial Neuron Developed intelligence. (Season 6 episode Night Court of the Living Dead)
    • Anek-23
        • The A.I. behind the Heaven's River topopolis, taking care of the Quinlan people. (Heaven's River)
    • Archos R-14
        • A computer scientist accidentally unleashes a supremely intelligent sentient A.I. named Archos R-14. It becomes self-aware and immediately starts planning the elimination of human civilization and building a new cryptic ecology, where the organic is being merged with robot technology.
    • ARTI
        • Also known as The ARTI Initiative. The United Space Planetary Corporation's Artificial Intelligence support system.
    • Boob-a-Tron 4000
        • Machine Abed builds to create college hijinks. (Season 1 episode The Art of Discourse)
    • BUFFY
        • A.I. controlling Fargo's Mu-Tent. Bio-mechanical Unfolding Fully-Automated Yurt. (Season 4 episode Momstrosity)
    • The Combine
        • This is Chief's word to describe the machine-like nature of the asylum system. But it's not just the asylum that's governed by this machine - it's the entire world. He can hear its hum in the walls. Often, Nurse Ratched represents the authority of the Combine; she is the public face of an inhumane system.
    • Control
        • Section 31's threat assessment system, fed data from every Star Trek admiral. It seeks all of the data that the sphere collected on artificial intelligence from countless civilizations as road map to become fully conscious. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Dory
        • Artificial intelligence computer program within the Grid. Also referred to as a "binary algorithm wrapped in a computer projection". (Season 7 episode The Grid)
    • Emma
        • Computer at the National Testing Center that processes the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test results. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • FeMac Computer
        • Although Homer makes several attempts to cheat - which he calls "Operation Slight Edge", Ned Flanders' duck comes in first in the Rubber Duck Race at Game at Reverend Lovejoy's Church Fundraiser, winning him a feMac computer, the computer designed just for women, which he gives to Marge in exchange for her babysitting Rod and Todd while he attends the Left Handers Convention. The "You've got mail" voice is Susan Sarandon. (Season 17 episode Bart Has Two Mommies)
    • Foobar Model 37 Computer
        • A fictional computer is mentioned: A Foobar model 37 computer, and we're trying to hook up a Yoyodyne tape to it.
    • Glenn
        • Artificial intelligence computer program within the Grid (Season 7 episode The Grid) Also referred to as a 'binary algorithm wrapped in a computer projection'.
    • God's Eye
        • A tracking device on steroids. God's Eye hacks into anything that's on the digital network - that means every cell phone, satelliteTM machine and computer simultaneously. If it's got a microphone or a lens, God's Eye can use it.
    • HOLMES IV
        • Also known as High-Optional, Logical, Multi-Evaluating Supervisor, Mark IV. The Lunar Authority's master computer that becomes self-aware and develops a sense of humor. Nicknamed Mike, after Sherlock Holmes' brother.
    • Info Cram 6000
        • Professor Frink invention, with which you can absorb books instantly by attaching an electrode to the brain pan and another one to the loins. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • IVAN
        • New record added 8/4/2022
        • Internal Voice Activated Navigator on Buzz Lightyear's ship.
    • J.A.R.V.I.S.
        • Just A Rather Very Intelligent System. Tony Stark's natural-language user interface computer system.
        • Tony Stark's natural-language user interface computer system, named after Edwin Jarvis, the butler who worked for Howard Stark.
    • JEH Power Computer
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • JOVA
        • Also known as Judicious Omnicompetent Volitional Adaptive. Hugh and the Skippies' Matrioshka brain project. (Heaven's River)
    • KL-5
        • Computer system that Chandler mentions during his interview, shortly before talking about his duties: "I was the point person on my company's transition from the KL5 to GR6 systems." (Season 8 episode The One With the Cooking Class)
    • Kronos
        • A super computer created by VA Industries, designed to end all wars. When Kronos goes online, it quickly determines that mankind, itself, is the biggest threat to world peace and launches a worldwide robot attack to rid the world of the infection of man.
    • Kutuzov Computer
        • Orlov: In East Germany under my direct command, I have 31 divisions, including 11 tank divisions and another five in Czechoslovakia. In support, on the Russian western border are 60 divisions, including 22 tank divisions. In all, a 10-1 advantage. American and West German forces can field at most ten armoured divisions. The British maintain only a token force. We have played out a variety of attack strategies on the new Kutuzov computer and find that a lightning thrust by ten armored divisions from the north, and by five more through Czechoslovakia, lead to total victory in five days against any possible defense scenario.
    • Lucy
        • Artificially Intelligent spaceship owned by Dutch and used as interplanetary transportation and working/living space for her Killjoy team.
    • Macintosh 8000 CX
        • Fake computer model Norm comes up with when he's acting like the fake boss he made up - Kreitzer (Season 8 episode 5 The Two Faces of Norm)
    • MENTOR
        • The Pentaverate's computer. The greatest supercomputer in the world with a human soul that's wicked smart. (Season 1 Episode 1)
    • MU/TH/UR 6000
        • Also known as Mother. Artificial intelligence computer aboard the USCSS Nostromo.
    • N.E.P.T.U.N.E.
        • The Navy Engineers Power Tower Nuclear Energy. The artificial intelligence that oversees the Sea of Lost Spaceships. (Season 1 episode Sword in a Hole)
    • OoGhiJ MIQtxxXA
        • A supercomputer originally designed by Frylock, it was accidentally sent back in time and discovered by a caveman, who used it to evolve and then patented it.
    • Precursor Virus
        • The A.I. known as Archos R-14 infects all penetrable networked electronic devices, such as cars, airplanes, smart homes, elevators, and other robots, with the precursor virus.
    • Raquel
        • Computer genius, anti-deodorant activist, and millionaire Russell Borchert's computer, a machine that can process feelings. (Season 5 episode Basic Sandwich)
    • Red Queen
        • Original A.I. from the Hive in the first movie that goes homicidal and attempts to kill all residents of the Hive in order to contain the infection.
    • The Red Queen
        • State-of-the-art artificial intelligence. She is the computer that controls the Hive.
        • Mentioned during Alice's recap: The computer that controlled the Hive, a state of the art artificial intelligence that responded to the threat of the viral outbreak in an extreme way. She went homicidal. The Red Queen attempted to kill everyone, whether they were infected or not.
        • To help him control the now vast interests of the Umbrella Corporation, Dr. Isaacs created a powerful artificial intelligence. Isaacs used the likeness of Professor James Marcus' daughter, Alicia Marcus for the computer's interface.
    • Rehoboam
        • The advanced AI that controls Incite Inc., the data collection and analysis company that watches and analyzes human subjects. (Season 3 episode Parce Domine)
    • S.A.N.D.E.R.S.
        • Dean Pelton brings the study group in to wash the Winnebago turned space simulator known as the Eleven Herbs & Space Experience, originally sponsored by Kentucky Fried Chicken and used as a special attraction at the Greendale County Museum back in the 1980's. The vehicle is controlled by the Systematic Android Network Diode Energy Rocket System, also known as S.A.N.D.E.R.S. (Season 2 episode Basic Rocket Science)
    • SIGORN-E
        • Also known as Simulated Intelligence Guardian of Residence and Network Environment. A.I. security system in J.C.C., James Cameron's compound. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
    • Solomon
        • Precursor to the world's most advanced A.I. known as Rehoboam, the first of the prototypes to show real promise with the ability to predict the last few decades accurately from historical data. (Season 3 episode Passed Pawn)
    • STEM
        • Developed by Eron Keen of Vessel Computers. "It can do anything. A new better brain."
    • Synedyne Model 5732 Computer
        • Computer made by Synedyne - the company Eliot works for - he works in Technical Support and answers a call from a customer regarding her computer.
    • TABITHA
        • A.I. controlling Fargo's Smart Car (Season 3 episode If You Build It…)
    • Thinker
        • The final realization of the computer age. A direct extension of the electronic brains at Columbia and Cal Tech in the 1960s, it was a massive breakthrough in solid-state technology. Computer was linked with computer in ever widening complexity.
    • The Third Brain System
        • Artificial Intelligence designed for spying, originally devised for good, when Gregorio Cortez was working on the project.
    • Tolson
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
        • Scott reads a newspaper article about the battle between Ultron and the Avengers.
        • Darcy tells Vision about Ultron, how his plans created his body. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
        • Baron Zemo: The very concept of a super soldier will always trouble people. It's that warped aspiration that led to Nazis, to Ultron, to the Avengers. (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
    • Vigilant Shield
        • The emergency command and control system for the United States military taken over by the hacker called The Dutchman.
    • Virtual Vincent
        • Cutting edge A.I. employed at Café Diem. (Season 4 episode Momstrosity, Season 5 episode In Too Deep)
    • Warner 3000
        • Al G. Rhythm: This will revolutionize the entire entertainment industry, and we want you to be on our team, King James. Now, we know you're busy, but we can make it very easy for you. Because our brand new Warner 3000 technology will scan you right into the movies. Oh, it's like looking into a mirror, huh, LeBron? Think about it, Batman versus LeBron. LeBron of Thrones. LeBron and the Chamber of Secrets. The possibilities are endless. You'll be the king of Warner Bros. That's the power of Warner 3000.
    • White Queen
        • The sister computer of the original Red Queen, designed to protect and preserve human life and monitor the Umbrella facility.
    • Ziggy
        • Super hybrid computer that runs Project Quantum Leap, built by Sam Beckett and Gooshie. (Season 1 episode Genesis)

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