Third World Space: A.I.’s, Pilot’s and Fighter. By Jason Douglas Essex

Third World Space: A.I.’s, Pilot’s and Fighter. By Jason Douglas Essex

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Third World Space: A.I.’s, Pilot’s and Fighter. By Jason Douglas Essex

Hello Everyone,
     The armor,  pilots and fighters within this universe are all linked together via cyber enhanced systems,  from the Federations of The World.  A chip is implanted,  visually,  upon the left temple of the pilots head and linked to the systems of the armor,  fighter and an A.I. that is the personality of someone from the pilots past.  They relive their past memories,  experiences,  images,  thoughts,  and feelings.  The A.I. work through current problems and current experiences,  while learning,  together,  with the organic interface,  and evolve alongside of them,  to ensure that they grow together.  
     This has caused any number of problems and pluses,  should someone encounter a personality problem that does not agree with a course of action or does not want the organic interface to do something,  that the A.I,  feels is foolhardy.  It does,  however,  prevent the organic host from going in to fits of depression,  due to long bouts of travel,  radio silence and deep sleep cycles.  Should a pilot have to land,  leave the ship and then needs to come back to it,  the A.I. will cloak,  arm and setup secondary weapons to deploy to prevent others from boarding,  destroying or manning it.
     Should the pilot lose their armor,  they have the chip,  which is imbedded deeply,  to prevent its removal.  This can send distress calls and evac the pilot.  The A.I. sets up backup plans to extract the pilot and rescue them.  While using the ships sensors and it’s gear to it’s best possible effect and advantage it then deploys every resource needed to ensure this.   The retrieval of the pilot becomes it’s number one (1) priority.  
     A basic “spray” suit,  can be used,  short term,  should the ship be damaged and the armor lost or compromised once the pilot has been returned to the confines of the fighter.  The same “spray” will also act as a sealant to patch the cabin for a rapid return to a extraction point.  One (1) of the two (2) spiderbots may be deployed as a drone to be sent ahead or to preform minor repairs.  They may also be used to hot wire,  jumpstart,  override minor systems and to make sure the fighter makes it to it’s final destination. 
     Jason Douglas Essex.
   Creator of Third World Universes. 

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