>On 2/21/2022 9:51 AM, J. Clarke wrote:
>> On Mon, 21 Feb 2022 07:18:42 -0800, Dimensional Traveler
>>> On 2/21/2022 4:38 AM, J. Clarke wrote:
>>>> I was watching "Raised By Wolves" last night and the phrase "Direct
>>>> Order" was used to instruct an android to do something it didn't want
>>>> to do.
>>>> The only other place I have seen that term used in that context is in
>>>> Mark Stanley's "Freefall" web comic, where it is used not only with
>>>> androids but with all AIs including organic ones.
>>>> I don't recall seeing it elsewhere. Does anybody have an earlier
>>> Its a military term (which I expect you know) so anything that involves
>>> military probably will use the phrase at some point.
>> It's also a term of art in medicine. But neither the medical
>> establishment nor the military are staffed with androids or AIs at
>> this time. I'm curious about its history in that specific context.
>Then change "involves military" to "involves military androids or AIs".