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AI pioneer Pete Bonasso from TRACLabs took over HAL as a source of inspiration when designing "Cognitive Architecture for Space Agents" – an AI designed to handle space missions (without killing astronauts).
Bonasso said Science Alert: "I saw Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey in my senior year at West Point in 1968.
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"When I saw 2001, I knew I had to make the computer into another being, a being like HAL 9000."
The CASE prototype manages a space station (only in simulations so far) dealing with emergency situations such as gas leaks, dust storms and broken motors, and software and hardware control on a colonies.
Bonasso told Space.com, "our colleagues and NASA counterparts are not worried that HAL might be out of control.
– That's because he can not do anything he's not scheduled to do.
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