Hm... Not sure how that would work, assuming that she's basically solid state in the memory department. Irradiation would do it, but that seems a bit harsh, and also likely to just crash the system, or at least some of the redundant modules in it. While I guess she could be programmed to make mistakes, I don't think we need to actively program for that... just letting the usual faulty programs and reasoning rules do their thing should be enough for that.mikey wrote:So she chooses to eat magnets for breakfast to temporarily confuse her circuits and make her make mistakes like humans.
Hm... I would think that a problem in robot-girl design would not be bringing her up to body temperature, but rather dissapating all the heat she'd produce. Most computer systems tend to run hot, as do power systems and things like that.She also overheats her processors to make her body feel warm, this way however her life will shorten to around 80 years.
80 years... call it a couple of half-lives of her power source, or something like that. Ever read Bicentennial Man? (The damn good story, not the lousy movie.)
This is perhaps the best possible answer to this question. Well played, sir, well played.And, she chooses to wear glasses, not to improve, but deteriorate her vision to the level that humans have it.
Once again, the answer can only be found in LOVE!
(I'll probably split these OT posts out into their own thread in a bit... especially since Dryad is a going concern.)