Also this. Why is Rabi being held responsible when the reason for the air being vented is on the person demanding this or the supposedly Asimov AI? Granted he did put on the sec members the debilitating statuses but those weren't the cause of death and this is blatantly obvious to everyone that its the wrong person being punished here. If nothing else, shouldn't the Asimov AI be opening the doors and letting the humans out from the dangerous situation it knowingly created? (being ordered is no excuse because of law priorities) and Rabi shouldn't be responsible for saving people from a dangerous situation they themselves demanded.KBB wrote: ↑August 10th, 2019, 4:13 amThe AI siphoning was technically the Captain's fault for killing them, and the AI's its self for not obeying asimov. I'm not if you can punish Rabi for this, especially if his part of the story is true where the doors aren't bolted and they had access to leave.
Completely false because escalation seems to allow you to murder security for doing their job and operates on belief instead of facts regardless of how farfetched they are. Observe exhibit one and two which supports this unless the obvious deciding factor is whether or not the wrongdoer is an admin or not.
Which I don't believe should be so because we all operate on rules right? /s