1 00:00:05,599 --> 00:00:15,599 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:00:17,591 --> 00:00:20,327 ♪ ♪ 3 00:02:07,968 --> 00:02:11,306 ♪ ♪ 4 00:02:21,648 --> 00:02:25,751 [indistinct radio chatter] 5 00:02:25,753 --> 00:02:27,853 [Mission Control on radio] Stage two checks complete. 6 00:02:27,855 --> 00:02:30,755 Martian One, prepare for launch countdown. 7 00:02:30,757 --> 00:02:32,591 [Jake Wilson on radio] Copy that, Mission Control. 8 00:02:32,593 --> 00:02:34,492 [Mission Control] Guidance is internal. 9 00:02:34,494 --> 00:02:36,395 Hold-down clamps released. 10 00:02:36,397 --> 00:02:39,029 - [chattering continues] - [Mission Control] 12, 11, 11 00:02:39,031 --> 00:02:41,566 10, nine. 12 00:02:41,568 --> 00:02:44,068 Ignition sequence start. 13 00:02:44,070 --> 00:02:46,170 Six, five, 14 00:02:46,172 --> 00:02:48,773 four, three, 15 00:02:48,775 --> 00:02:51,041 two, one. 16 00:02:51,043 --> 00:02:54,179 [rockets roaring] 17 00:02:54,181 --> 00:02:56,014 All engines look good. 18 00:02:56,016 --> 00:02:59,717 Martian One is experiencing maximum dynamic pressure. 19 00:02:59,719 --> 00:03:02,422 Guidance internal, still looking good. 20 00:03:03,689 --> 00:03:04,825 Payload intact. 21 00:03:10,696 --> 00:03:13,700 Prepare for Stage One booster separation. 22 00:03:16,503 --> 00:03:18,638 Stage One booster separation complete. 23 00:03:20,207 --> 00:03:22,677 First-stage flight guidance in progress. 24 00:03:23,944 --> 00:03:25,910 Main upper engine cut off. 25 00:03:25,912 --> 00:03:27,849 Stage Two separation. 26 00:03:30,650 --> 00:03:32,050 Mission Control to Martian One, 27 00:03:32,052 --> 00:03:33,688 guidance control over to you. 28 00:03:35,189 --> 00:03:37,188 [Jake] Copy that. Assuming guidance control. 29 00:03:37,190 --> 00:03:39,926 [Mission Control] Martian One, telemetry looking good, please proceed. 30 00:03:41,462 --> 00:03:42,627 [Jake] Thank you, Mission Control. 31 00:03:42,629 --> 00:03:44,763 Engage artificial intelligence support. 32 00:03:44,765 --> 00:03:45,963 ARTI, you there? 33 00:03:45,965 --> 00:03:47,132 [ARTI] Yes, Mr. Wilson. 34 00:03:47,134 --> 00:03:49,703 Fusion propulsion jet engines firing. 35 00:04:02,516 --> 00:04:05,749 Activating ion engine thrust drive in three, 36 00:04:05,751 --> 00:04:07,921 - two, one. - [Jake] Buckle up, people. 37 00:04:10,957 --> 00:04:14,558 [woman] Travel time to Mars approximately 80 days and counting. 38 00:04:14,560 --> 00:04:16,927 [Jake] Well, thank you, ion fusion technology. 39 00:04:16,929 --> 00:04:18,963 [woman] Glad you grew some balls and decided to join us. 40 00:04:18,965 --> 00:04:21,899 [Jake] You can thank my youngest for that. Mack can be very persuasive. 41 00:04:21,901 --> 00:04:23,535 [Mission Control] Martian One, an FYI: 42 00:04:23,537 --> 00:04:25,540 both Mack and Lena are present in the room. 43 00:04:31,211 --> 00:04:33,745 [Jake on radio] Mission Control, this is Martian One. 44 00:04:33,747 --> 00:04:37,218 Status report: we have a visual on Mars. 45 00:04:38,951 --> 00:04:40,519 [Mission Control] Copy that, Martian One. 46 00:04:40,521 --> 00:04:41,956 Prepare for your approach. 47 00:04:51,965 --> 00:04:55,300 [radio chirping, beeping] 48 00:04:55,302 --> 00:04:57,872 [woman] That's a signal lock on the Rover-5 beacon. 49 00:04:59,739 --> 00:05:01,973 [Jake] Guidance telemetry locked on the signal. 50 00:05:01,975 --> 00:05:04,242 [woman] Preparing descent maneuver. 51 00:05:04,244 --> 00:05:05,709 [Jake] Take us in, will you, ARTI? 52 00:05:05,711 --> 00:05:06,944 [ARTI] Of course. 53 00:05:06,946 --> 00:05:08,612 Glide mode activated. 54 00:05:08,614 --> 00:05:10,115 [Mission Control] Martian One, please be aware 55 00:05:10,117 --> 00:05:11,819 of charged particles in the atmosphere. 56 00:05:13,554 --> 00:05:14,586 [Jake] Roger that. 57 00:05:14,588 --> 00:05:15,556 Brace for entry. 58 00:05:24,898 --> 00:05:27,831 ♪ ♪ 59 00:05:27,833 --> 00:05:30,735 [ARTI] Temperature is minus 55 degrees Celsius, 60 00:05:30,737 --> 00:05:33,305 minus 67 degrees Fahrenheit. 61 00:05:33,307 --> 00:05:38,677 Martian atmosphere consisting of approximately 96% carbon dioxide, 62 00:05:38,679 --> 00:05:40,711 1.9% argon, 63 00:05:40,713 --> 00:05:42,781 and 1.9% nitrogen. 64 00:05:42,783 --> 00:05:45,850 Surface pressure is 600 pascals. 65 00:05:45,852 --> 00:05:48,586 [Jake] Great! Hope you guys all brought your long johns. 66 00:05:48,588 --> 00:05:50,288 [woman laughs] Roger that. 67 00:05:50,290 --> 00:05:52,891 Glad to see ARTI's back to his usual self, 68 00:05:52,893 --> 00:05:56,093 but I'll be dead before I take orders from a goddamn machine. 69 00:05:56,095 --> 00:05:58,196 [Jake] ARTI is more than just a machine, 70 00:05:58,198 --> 00:06:01,600 but... right now is really not the time for that debate. 71 00:06:01,602 --> 00:06:03,201 [woman] Hey! I'm just saying. 72 00:06:03,203 --> 00:06:05,370 We all know what happened before it was rebooted. 73 00:06:05,372 --> 00:06:06,908 [Jake] Now that's enough. 74 00:06:09,109 --> 00:06:11,312 [ARTI] Commencing circular rotation maneuver. 75 00:06:14,013 --> 00:06:15,913 Preparing RCS boosters. 76 00:06:15,915 --> 00:06:17,552 [Jake] I'll take it from here, ARTI. 77 00:06:22,355 --> 00:06:24,190 Landing gear is activated. 78 00:06:25,292 --> 00:06:28,059 Bringing her down. Five, four, 79 00:06:28,061 --> 00:06:30,728 three, two... 80 00:06:30,730 --> 00:06:32,262 [whooshing] 81 00:06:32,264 --> 00:06:33,964 [Jake] What the hell is that? 82 00:06:33,966 --> 00:06:36,033 - [alarm blaring] - [woman and Jake shout] 83 00:06:36,035 --> 00:06:39,170 [woman] Mission Control, this is Martian One, do you copy? 84 00:06:39,172 --> 00:06:41,372 An electrical disturbance is frying our systems. 85 00:06:41,374 --> 00:06:42,973 [ARTI] Shutting down fusion drive. 86 00:06:42,975 --> 00:06:44,608 [Jake] Negative, ARTI! Do not do that! 87 00:06:44,610 --> 00:06:48,245 [ARTI] It's protocol to switch off the reactor if the craft is going to crash. 88 00:06:48,247 --> 00:06:50,749 [Jake] We're not crashing, now override that damn protocol! 89 00:06:50,751 --> 00:06:52,050 [Mission Control speaks indistinctly] 90 00:06:52,052 --> 00:06:54,052 [Jake] This is Martian One, status report. 91 00:06:54,054 --> 00:06:56,053 I... I can't keep her steady, there's... 92 00:06:56,055 --> 00:06:58,122 [ARTI] Memory banks compromised by external breach. 93 00:06:58,124 --> 00:07:00,824 - [Jake] Craft non-responsive. - [woman] Our reactor engines are shutting down. 94 00:07:00,826 --> 00:07:02,660 ARTI, do something, for Christ's sake! 95 00:07:02,662 --> 00:07:04,696 [ARTI] Memory banks compromised by external breach. 96 00:07:04,698 --> 00:07:07,165 [Mission Control] Martian One, you are barely audible, please repeat. 97 00:07:07,167 --> 00:07:10,067 [Jake] Lena and Mack, if you hear this, I want you... 98 00:07:10,069 --> 00:07:13,237 [Mission Control on radio] This is Mission Control calling Martian One. Please come in. 99 00:07:13,239 --> 00:07:15,339 [static crackling] 100 00:07:15,341 --> 00:07:17,711 Mission Control to Martian One, do you copy? 101 00:07:20,146 --> 00:07:21,214 [static fades] 102 00:07:43,903 --> 00:07:45,403 [Jake on radio] Craft non-responsive. 103 00:07:45,405 --> 00:07:47,372 - [alarm blaring] - [Jake] Guidance control's inactive. 104 00:07:47,374 --> 00:07:50,240 I repeat, the... the craft is non-responsive. 105 00:07:50,242 --> 00:07:52,076 [woman] Our reactor engines are shutting down. 106 00:07:52,078 --> 00:07:54,045 ARTI, do something, for Christ's sake! 107 00:07:54,047 --> 00:07:56,113 [Jake] Mission Control, if you can hear us... 108 00:07:56,115 --> 00:07:59,951 Lena, Mack, if you can hear this, I want you to know that... 109 00:07:59,953 --> 00:08:02,690 [phone beeping] 110 00:08:10,263 --> 00:08:13,167 [jet whooshes overhead] 111 00:08:16,836 --> 00:08:17,837 [sighs] 112 00:08:19,973 --> 00:08:23,174 [approaching helicopter thrumming] 113 00:08:30,050 --> 00:08:32,153 [jet whooshes overhead] 114 00:08:52,805 --> 00:08:54,972 [Sterling] They've locked me out of the bloody room. 115 00:08:54,974 --> 00:08:56,541 Sterling, did you even go home last night? 116 00:08:56,543 --> 00:08:59,811 Three years of negotiations, and now... now she springs this. 117 00:08:59,813 --> 00:09:01,846 Don't even try to defend her. 118 00:09:01,848 --> 00:09:04,448 She obviously doesn't think a crash investigation should perhaps, possibly, 119 00:09:04,450 --> 00:09:07,451 - maybe include the government's lead investigator. - [Mack sighs] 120 00:09:07,453 --> 00:09:10,522 Should never have let Silicon Valley get their claws into the space program. 121 00:09:10,524 --> 00:09:11,956 - Sterling. - What? 122 00:09:11,958 --> 00:09:14,227 Quit being such a damn baby. 123 00:09:17,030 --> 00:09:20,233 - Oh good, you're coming. - [chuckles] 124 00:09:26,272 --> 00:09:27,941 It's like a ghost town around here. 125 00:09:29,342 --> 00:09:31,812 But look to the future, right? 126 00:09:33,346 --> 00:09:35,413 What's the top speed on the new Rover? 127 00:09:35,415 --> 00:09:37,215 We'll find out. 128 00:09:37,217 --> 00:09:38,515 Hyper-light holding up? 129 00:09:38,517 --> 00:09:40,284 Mmm. 130 00:09:40,286 --> 00:09:42,220 [Sterling] Right, right, I get it. 131 00:09:42,222 --> 00:09:44,154 Corporate confidentiality. 132 00:09:44,156 --> 00:09:46,490 But faster-than-light communication... 133 00:09:46,492 --> 00:09:48,061 I mean, that's a massive breakthrough. 134 00:09:50,096 --> 00:09:53,167 - Maybe if we had it six years ago, it might be... - Oh look! My floor. 135 00:09:55,968 --> 00:09:58,436 [Sterling] You sure you're ready? 136 00:09:58,438 --> 00:10:00,441 [Mack] You sure you're not just jealous I have your old job? 137 00:10:03,275 --> 00:10:06,079 Maybe get the lander down safely before you start bragging. 138 00:10:08,481 --> 00:10:09,884 [chimes] 139 00:10:12,051 --> 00:10:15,220 So now I have to wait to be invited in like some kind of vampire? 140 00:10:15,222 --> 00:10:18,489 It makes sense. You've been dead to us since you switched teams. 141 00:10:18,491 --> 00:10:20,191 Okay. 142 00:10:20,193 --> 00:10:21,227 I'll wait. 143 00:10:22,596 --> 00:10:24,895 But people need answers. 144 00:10:24,897 --> 00:10:26,199 [chuckles] 145 00:10:27,233 --> 00:10:29,136 The families need answers, Sterling. 146 00:10:30,270 --> 00:10:32,036 The people can wait. 147 00:10:32,038 --> 00:10:33,874 Just trying to do my job, Mack. 148 00:10:51,424 --> 00:10:53,091 [chimes, beeping] 149 00:10:53,093 --> 00:10:55,563 [ARTI] Good morning, Mission Supervisor Mackenzie Wilson. 150 00:10:57,063 --> 00:10:59,364 The Intrepid probe's geostation orbit 151 00:10:59,366 --> 00:11:04,501 is stable at an altitude of 342 kilometers above Mars. 152 00:11:04,503 --> 00:11:09,941 You asked me to monitor an expected asteroid pass at 9:53 a.m. this morning. 153 00:11:09,943 --> 00:11:12,644 It will travel well clear of the probe's orbit. 154 00:11:12,646 --> 00:11:15,346 I'm pleased to report that all systems are nominal 155 00:11:15,348 --> 00:11:17,215 on the Mars lander craft. 156 00:11:17,217 --> 00:11:19,620 Launch countdown initiated. 157 00:11:23,055 --> 00:11:27,258 Wait, what? Why are we readying for launch five hours early? 158 00:11:27,260 --> 00:11:29,460 [ARTI] There's a sandstorm approaching the landing site, 159 00:11:29,462 --> 00:11:31,528 - and the dust may affect engine function. - [thunder rumbles] 160 00:11:31,530 --> 00:11:33,498 Okay. All right, so it's a better launch window, 161 00:11:33,500 --> 00:11:35,700 I can see that, but who authorized it? 162 00:11:35,702 --> 00:11:38,873 [whirs, hums] 163 00:11:40,205 --> 00:11:41,207 [ARTI] I did. 164 00:11:48,949 --> 00:11:50,148 Call Lena. 165 00:11:50,150 --> 00:11:51,515 [ARTI] Your sister is in a meeting. 166 00:11:51,517 --> 00:11:53,350 - She may not respond. - [comm ringing] 167 00:11:53,352 --> 00:11:54,719 [chuckles, mutters] 168 00:11:54,721 --> 00:11:57,455 [ARTI] Countdown to lander clamp release. 169 00:11:57,457 --> 00:12:00,490 - T-minus 60, 59... - Damn it, stop. 170 00:12:00,492 --> 00:12:04,128 - [beeping] - ...58, 57, 56... 171 00:12:04,130 --> 00:12:05,996 - Halt the countdown. - [ARTI] ...55 172 00:12:05,998 --> 00:12:07,200 Where the hell is your override? 173 00:12:11,170 --> 00:12:13,004 - [Lena on computer] Mack? - Real funny story! 174 00:12:13,006 --> 00:12:15,572 Your pet robot is getting ready to launch early, unauthorized. 175 00:12:15,574 --> 00:12:18,241 - [Lena] I swear I was going to tell you. - Tell me what? 176 00:12:18,243 --> 00:12:20,711 - [Lena] ARTI's taking lead on the crash investigation. - [Mack] What? 177 00:12:20,713 --> 00:12:23,249 [Lena] The board agreed it last night. 178 00:12:25,751 --> 00:12:27,317 [Mack] T-minus 30. 179 00:12:27,319 --> 00:12:29,220 [Lena] I trust ARTI. 180 00:12:29,222 --> 00:12:31,556 [Mack] You are putting a recruit into battle 181 00:12:31,558 --> 00:12:34,024 before he's even out of basic. 182 00:12:34,026 --> 00:12:36,259 [Lena] Do you really want to know why they demoted you? 183 00:12:36,261 --> 00:12:40,431 - [sighs] - [Lena] We don't know if you did your job properly six years ago. 184 00:12:40,433 --> 00:12:43,735 Be prepared for every possibility, 185 00:12:43,737 --> 00:12:45,570 including human error. 186 00:12:45,572 --> 00:12:47,337 [Mack] Yeah, and you be prepared for A.I. error. 187 00:12:47,339 --> 00:12:50,343 - [Lena] I'm going to my office for visual. - Great idea! 188 00:12:51,410 --> 00:12:52,412 T-minus 10. 189 00:12:56,583 --> 00:12:57,716 [ARTI] All is well. 190 00:12:57,718 --> 00:13:01,753 Intrepid launch bay sensors report nominal systems. 191 00:13:01,755 --> 00:13:04,589 - [beeps] - [ARTI] Lander clamps released. 192 00:13:04,591 --> 00:13:06,393 We are go for launch. 193 00:13:22,041 --> 00:13:24,674 I've completed your standard roll procedure, Mackenzie. 194 00:13:24,676 --> 00:13:27,477 Egress clear from spaceship Intrepid. 195 00:13:27,479 --> 00:13:29,115 Lander ready for stage two. 196 00:13:32,751 --> 00:13:35,419 [ARTI] Executing stage two. 197 00:13:35,421 --> 00:13:36,689 [beeps] 198 00:13:40,359 --> 00:13:43,429 57 seconds until the lander enters the atmosphere. 199 00:13:45,765 --> 00:13:47,568 Running your usual analysis. 200 00:13:49,835 --> 00:13:51,037 Systems normal. 201 00:13:52,639 --> 00:13:55,042 Parachute deployment in 10 seconds. 202 00:13:58,545 --> 00:14:01,512 10, nine, eight, 203 00:14:01,514 --> 00:14:04,581 seven, six, five, 204 00:14:04,583 --> 00:14:09,555 four, three, two, one. 205 00:14:11,657 --> 00:14:13,291 Parachute deployed. 206 00:14:13,293 --> 00:14:15,692 - [alarm clanks] - [ARTI] I have an alert. 207 00:14:15,694 --> 00:14:18,562 The aeroshell temperature is 11 percent above normal. 208 00:14:18,564 --> 00:14:22,100 Heat shield detachment in three, two, one. 209 00:14:22,102 --> 00:14:24,534 [crackling] 210 00:14:24,536 --> 00:14:26,303 I cannot release the heat shields. 211 00:14:26,305 --> 00:14:28,105 There are mechanical malfunctions. 212 00:14:28,107 --> 00:14:29,440 Run a secondary ejection protocol. 213 00:14:29,442 --> 00:14:32,543 [ARTI] Back-up detachment failed. 214 00:14:32,545 --> 00:14:34,144 What's our contingency? 215 00:14:34,146 --> 00:14:37,181 [ARTI] I'm running simulations. 216 00:14:37,183 --> 00:14:38,718 This is not what we would've hoped for. 217 00:14:42,322 --> 00:14:43,620 [beeping] 218 00:14:43,622 --> 00:14:45,822 My prediction of success is only 7%. 219 00:14:45,824 --> 00:14:47,591 You're gonna have to do better than that. 220 00:14:47,593 --> 00:14:50,260 Seriously, if we wasted a launch to Mars, 221 00:14:50,262 --> 00:14:52,632 I am gonna... rip you out of the ceiling! 222 00:15:03,642 --> 00:15:05,144 Come on. 223 00:15:07,146 --> 00:15:09,480 Run a partial lander opening to pop the heat shield. 224 00:15:09,482 --> 00:15:11,218 We'll crack it like a nut. 225 00:15:16,655 --> 00:15:20,691 [ARTI] This has improved the odds, but only to 42%. 226 00:15:20,693 --> 00:15:21,761 It's better than seven. 227 00:15:23,496 --> 00:15:24,497 [ARTI] Noted. 228 00:15:28,434 --> 00:15:30,203 Triggering partial lander opening. 229 00:15:32,472 --> 00:15:33,638 [alarm buzzing] 230 00:15:33,640 --> 00:15:35,673 [ARTI] Panel resistance detected. 231 00:15:35,675 --> 00:15:39,210 Disaster data recovery protocols initiated. 232 00:15:39,212 --> 00:15:41,247 Heat shields detached. 233 00:15:42,848 --> 00:15:44,350 [exhales sharply] 234 00:15:46,752 --> 00:15:48,855 [ARTI] Initiating ion engine burn. 235 00:16:02,202 --> 00:16:04,638 - [computer chirping] - [ARTI] Your sister is calling. 236 00:16:08,274 --> 00:16:09,807 Touchdown. 237 00:16:09,809 --> 00:16:12,909 The heat shield ejector failed, and we had to run an emergency protocol. 238 00:16:12,911 --> 00:16:14,647 And that is why we have ARTI. 239 00:16:16,415 --> 00:16:17,881 We ran my scenario. 240 00:16:17,883 --> 00:16:20,518 Which ARTI executed. 241 00:16:20,520 --> 00:16:23,254 Which is what it was designed for, Lena! 242 00:16:23,256 --> 00:16:25,423 Brute-force processing and high-speed maneuvering, 243 00:16:25,425 --> 00:16:26,657 not for abstract problem-solving, 244 00:16:26,659 --> 00:16:28,426 not to... not to run missions! 245 00:16:28,428 --> 00:16:31,495 [Lena] ARTI is so far beyond human capabilities. 246 00:16:31,497 --> 00:16:33,300 Do you know what humans did? 247 00:16:34,467 --> 00:16:36,567 We wrote 10-feet-high stacks of code, 248 00:16:36,569 --> 00:16:38,668 by hand, for the moon landings, checked and double-checked 249 00:16:38,670 --> 00:16:40,504 if atomic bombs would ignite the atmosphere. 250 00:16:40,506 --> 00:16:42,642 We discovered relativity while working in a patent office, Lena! 251 00:16:43,742 --> 00:16:45,676 We created A.I. to help us, 252 00:16:45,678 --> 00:16:47,414 not to lead us. 253 00:16:48,615 --> 00:16:51,682 - Dad never wanted this. - Dad's not here. 254 00:16:51,684 --> 00:16:53,783 [ARTI] Sensor scans nominal. 255 00:16:53,785 --> 00:16:55,655 Lander systems nominal. 256 00:16:57,890 --> 00:17:01,662 [wind blowing] 257 00:17:03,896 --> 00:17:05,997 [Lena] You enjoying Hyper-light? 258 00:17:05,999 --> 00:17:08,031 Exploring in real time? 259 00:17:08,033 --> 00:17:10,500 Such a game-changer, don't you think, Mackenzie? 260 00:17:10,502 --> 00:17:11,801 Mack. 261 00:17:11,803 --> 00:17:14,638 [Lena] ARTI discovered instant communication 262 00:17:14,640 --> 00:17:16,840 and revolutionized space exploration. 263 00:17:16,842 --> 00:17:18,576 Yeah, and who invented ARTI? 264 00:17:18,578 --> 00:17:21,011 [Lena] You are living in his world now. 265 00:17:21,013 --> 00:17:24,684 - A.I. will outlive us and explore the stars. - [scoffs] 266 00:17:44,837 --> 00:17:48,038 The ISV lander is functioning perfectly. 267 00:17:48,040 --> 00:17:51,377 [beeping] 268 00:18:10,896 --> 00:18:13,300 So... what's my role? 269 00:18:14,733 --> 00:18:17,034 Can't have two generals on a battlefield. 270 00:18:17,036 --> 00:18:18,602 - [Lena] You're backup. - [static crackles] 271 00:18:18,604 --> 00:18:21,404 [thrumming] 272 00:18:21,406 --> 00:18:24,610 - [alarm buzzing] - [ARTI] Warning! Signal detected. 273 00:18:25,811 --> 00:18:27,513 I have an origin unknown. 274 00:18:29,549 --> 00:18:31,348 What the hell is an "origin unknown"? 275 00:18:31,350 --> 00:18:33,616 If ARTI finds something he hasn't discovered in his learning, 276 00:18:33,618 --> 00:18:36,753 - he comes to us. - Well, at least it still has a leash around its neck. 277 00:18:36,755 --> 00:18:39,325 I'm attempting to analyze the transmission signal. 278 00:18:42,962 --> 00:18:45,863 It is coming from the decommissioned Rover-5. 279 00:18:45,865 --> 00:18:47,034 [beeping] 280 00:19:02,514 --> 00:19:04,115 It's just an igneous cap. 281 00:19:04,117 --> 00:19:06,483 It shouldn't be an origin unknown. It's got to be an error. 282 00:19:06,485 --> 00:19:07,884 What if the alert's not an error? 283 00:19:07,886 --> 00:19:09,423 There's one way to find out. 284 00:19:11,991 --> 00:19:15,092 An exploratory assignment. 285 00:19:15,094 --> 00:19:18,095 See if it's even capable of running a real, live mission. 286 00:19:18,097 --> 00:19:19,633 A Turing test. 287 00:19:24,470 --> 00:19:26,836 ARTI, you have a new mission. 288 00:19:26,838 --> 00:19:28,806 Investigate the origin unknown. 289 00:19:28,808 --> 00:19:31,575 - You know if it fails... - But if he passes, 290 00:19:31,577 --> 00:19:34,612 it's probably the end of human mission control. 291 00:19:34,614 --> 00:19:36,814 You know, Sterling would come in handy right about now. 292 00:19:36,816 --> 00:19:39,482 Sterling stays out until this is resolved. Clear? 293 00:19:39,484 --> 00:19:41,719 What's the cornerstone of science? 294 00:19:41,721 --> 00:19:43,086 Repeatable results. 295 00:19:43,088 --> 00:19:45,125 Well, good to know you haven't forgotten everything. 296 00:19:46,658 --> 00:19:49,660 Replicate the scans. Photograph the source. 297 00:19:49,662 --> 00:19:53,163 [ARTI] Sorry, Mackenzie, but I'm Mission Controller. 298 00:19:53,165 --> 00:19:56,133 - Run the scans, ARTI! - [ARTI] Understood. Running scans. 299 00:19:56,135 --> 00:19:57,667 What's its override? 300 00:19:57,669 --> 00:19:59,636 [sighs] No, Mackenzie. 301 00:19:59,638 --> 00:20:00,738 In case of an emergency. 302 00:20:00,740 --> 00:20:02,075 I'm the override! 303 00:20:03,209 --> 00:20:05,412 - All right. - Now get me my answer. 304 00:20:06,712 --> 00:20:07,944 [ball bounces] 305 00:20:07,946 --> 00:20:11,751 [thunder crashing] 306 00:20:19,125 --> 00:20:20,694 [whirring, beeping] 307 00:20:24,664 --> 00:20:26,730 [beeping] 308 00:20:26,732 --> 00:20:28,868 [ARTI] I have planned the safest driving route. 309 00:20:46,551 --> 00:20:48,722 The Martian weather I detected is worsening. 310 00:20:54,793 --> 00:20:57,097 [indistinct chatter] 311 00:21:23,688 --> 00:21:24,925 [explosion] 312 00:21:39,838 --> 00:21:42,908 [distant helicopter thrumming] 313 00:22:07,899 --> 00:22:10,503 [clicking tongue] 314 00:22:16,142 --> 00:22:18,078 Our robot ambassador, right? 315 00:22:19,110 --> 00:22:20,844 [ARTI] Did you know that... 316 00:22:20,846 --> 00:22:23,116 all resident Martians are robots? 317 00:22:25,017 --> 00:22:27,084 [Mack] Is that small talk or are you trying to make a joke? 318 00:22:27,086 --> 00:22:29,185 - [ball bouncing] - [ARTI] Just giving you the facts. 319 00:22:29,187 --> 00:22:32,191 [Mack] Yeah, 'cause we send robots there to die. 320 00:22:34,059 --> 00:22:35,858 [ARTI] And humans, it would seem. 321 00:22:35,860 --> 00:22:37,062 [scoffs] 322 00:22:46,038 --> 00:22:47,871 [Mack] Be careful with Little Red, huh? 323 00:22:47,873 --> 00:22:49,776 [ARTI] I'm sorry. "Little Red"? 324 00:22:51,109 --> 00:22:53,911 [Mack] I wanted to call the ISV Little Red... 325 00:22:53,913 --> 00:22:57,181 exploring alone through the deep, dark woods... 326 00:22:57,183 --> 00:22:58,885 but I got outvoted. 327 00:23:00,653 --> 00:23:02,219 But look who's in charge now. 328 00:23:02,221 --> 00:23:03,686 [ARTI] You mean me? 329 00:23:03,688 --> 00:23:04,757 - [ball bounces] - [Mack laughs] 330 00:23:10,328 --> 00:23:11,630 What? Not funny? 331 00:23:12,764 --> 00:23:14,064 [sighs] 332 00:23:14,066 --> 00:23:17,000 I'm gonna make it my mission to get you to laugh. 333 00:23:17,002 --> 00:23:19,202 [ARTI] Perhaps you should authorize your mission with Lena. 334 00:23:19,204 --> 00:23:20,573 [laughs] 335 00:23:22,140 --> 00:23:23,707 And to think... 336 00:23:23,709 --> 00:23:26,210 you could win the Nobel Prize. 337 00:23:26,212 --> 00:23:27,978 [ARTI] Unlikely. 338 00:23:27,980 --> 00:23:30,881 The Nobel Prize is only awarded to humans. 339 00:23:30,883 --> 00:23:34,287 Well, at least you know your place. It's a shame that Lena doesn't. 340 00:23:36,422 --> 00:23:38,024 What do you think of my sister? 341 00:23:39,858 --> 00:23:41,392 [ARTI] Her instructions are clear, 342 00:23:41,394 --> 00:23:44,228 and she enthusiastically supports the ARTI Initiative. 343 00:23:44,230 --> 00:23:46,696 God! They programmed you like a dog. 344 00:23:46,698 --> 00:23:48,667 Do you like her? 345 00:23:49,934 --> 00:23:51,402 [ARTI] Do you? 346 00:23:51,404 --> 00:23:53,369 We're not friends, put it that way. 347 00:23:53,371 --> 00:23:56,006 - [ARTI] Are we friends? - [snorts] 348 00:23:56,008 --> 00:23:58,275 [laughs] 349 00:23:58,277 --> 00:23:59,613 Oh, you're serious. 350 00:24:02,213 --> 00:24:04,682 So, tell me something. 351 00:24:04,684 --> 00:24:07,050 We discover something new, who gets naming rights? 352 00:24:07,052 --> 00:24:09,989 [ARTI] USPC owns my intellectual property. 353 00:24:11,924 --> 00:24:13,757 You've gotta read the small print. 354 00:24:13,759 --> 00:24:16,292 Next you're going to tell me that they don't even pay you. 355 00:24:16,294 --> 00:24:18,797 [ARTI] Little Red is approaching the target anomaly. 356 00:24:20,299 --> 00:24:22,935 Looks like Little Red has made it to Grandma's house. 357 00:24:52,298 --> 00:24:55,035 [beeping] 358 00:25:03,908 --> 00:25:05,344 Origin unknown. 359 00:25:13,152 --> 00:25:15,088 [ARTI] I have searched all databases... 360 00:25:16,821 --> 00:25:21,057 and there's no known human activity recorded at this site. 361 00:25:21,059 --> 00:25:25,496 As you know, scientific protocol 29-C dictates 362 00:25:25,498 --> 00:25:29,232 that any discovery must undergo sample extraction and analysis. 363 00:25:29,234 --> 00:25:30,270 You're the boss. 364 00:25:48,820 --> 00:25:50,990 - [ARTI] Activating. - Just a... 365 00:25:52,323 --> 00:25:54,825 tiny sliver. Don't damage it. 366 00:25:54,827 --> 00:25:56,296 [humming] 367 00:26:04,569 --> 00:26:06,836 [alarm buzzing] 368 00:26:06,838 --> 00:26:09,908 [ARTI] The surface hardness may be beyond the drill's tolerance. 369 00:26:14,046 --> 00:26:16,980 [woman whispers] 370 00:26:16,982 --> 00:26:18,350 [alarm buzzing] 371 00:26:20,351 --> 00:26:21,987 - [snaps] - [gasps] 372 00:26:25,124 --> 00:26:26,957 [ARTI] Sample extraction successful. 373 00:26:26,959 --> 00:26:29,262 I'm initiating analysis. 374 00:26:35,967 --> 00:26:39,502 [beeping] 375 00:26:39,504 --> 00:26:43,472 Little Red's sampling instrument packs are producing intriguing data. 376 00:26:43,474 --> 00:26:44,607 This is going to take all night. 377 00:26:44,609 --> 00:26:47,443 Just run the Corporate Code language. 378 00:26:47,445 --> 00:26:50,817 Running image recognition against the corporation's codices. 379 00:26:51,951 --> 00:26:53,419 [thunder crashes] 380 00:26:55,020 --> 00:26:56,019 [beeps] 381 00:26:56,021 --> 00:26:58,258 [ARTI] I have only found partial matches. 382 00:27:01,026 --> 00:27:02,796 Do you not have USPC's codex? 383 00:27:04,296 --> 00:27:05,561 Huh. 384 00:27:05,563 --> 00:27:07,096 No sense in being smart 385 00:27:07,098 --> 00:27:08,632 if you can't tell when someone's lying to you. 386 00:27:08,634 --> 00:27:11,634 - Call Lena. - Calling Lena Wilson. 387 00:27:11,636 --> 00:27:14,037 - [ringing] - [Mack whispers] Damn it. 388 00:27:14,039 --> 00:27:17,074 - [beeps] - [Lena] So much for being a pile of rocks. 389 00:27:17,076 --> 00:27:21,411 - Whose is it? - We'll know as soon as we can decipher the markings. 390 00:27:21,413 --> 00:27:24,349 - Why doesn't it have our codex? - It's in his library. 391 00:27:27,353 --> 00:27:31,320 ARTI, our codex is partitioned from you in case of a security breach. 392 00:27:31,322 --> 00:27:33,222 I hope you understand why. 393 00:27:33,224 --> 00:27:38,961 I'm sorry. Our A.I. is compromised in the name of corporate security? 394 00:27:38,963 --> 00:27:40,998 That's why this is an origin unknown? 395 00:27:41,000 --> 00:27:44,268 - [ARTI] Who is a liar? - [Lena] You think I'm lying? 396 00:27:44,270 --> 00:27:45,538 Leave. 397 00:27:47,438 --> 00:27:50,173 What are we looking at? 398 00:27:50,175 --> 00:27:53,175 Supply container. Lander module. Experiment. 399 00:27:53,177 --> 00:27:55,982 Signal relay. Measurement beacon. It could be anything, Lena. 400 00:27:58,584 --> 00:28:00,651 [ARTI] Switching to thermal energy camera 401 00:28:00,653 --> 00:28:02,355 for thermographic analysis. 402 00:28:06,058 --> 00:28:08,592 - [mutters] - [computer beeps] 403 00:28:08,594 --> 00:28:11,228 It's somehow colder than the surrounding rocks. 404 00:28:11,230 --> 00:28:12,365 [computer beeps] 405 00:28:13,432 --> 00:28:14,964 Okay, so... 406 00:28:14,966 --> 00:28:16,636 we know that we have a cold... 407 00:28:17,669 --> 00:28:19,471 black monolith. 408 00:28:24,309 --> 00:28:26,643 Why didn't we find this before with Rover-5? 409 00:28:26,645 --> 00:28:27,981 Oh, come on! 410 00:28:29,114 --> 00:28:32,214 I would've seen this. This! [chuckles] 411 00:28:32,216 --> 00:28:38,355 [ARTI] My conclusion, based on my restricted access to the USPC codex 412 00:28:38,357 --> 00:28:40,691 and the presence of an unidentified object 413 00:28:40,693 --> 00:28:42,992 near the proposed colony site 414 00:28:42,994 --> 00:28:45,162 is that the Cube is the property... 415 00:28:45,164 --> 00:28:47,232 of USPC. 416 00:28:49,001 --> 00:28:50,200 I could get to like him. 417 00:28:50,202 --> 00:28:51,367 Prove it. 418 00:28:51,369 --> 00:28:52,970 [ARTI] Grant me unrestricted access 419 00:28:52,972 --> 00:28:54,671 to the codex and I shall. 420 00:28:54,673 --> 00:28:55,739 Find another way. 421 00:28:55,741 --> 00:28:57,406 [ARTI] Trust, but verifying. 422 00:28:57,408 --> 00:28:59,509 LIDAR scanning the Cube. 423 00:28:59,511 --> 00:29:01,211 Is that what we're calling this? 424 00:29:01,213 --> 00:29:05,082 He discovered it... he gets naming rights. 425 00:29:05,084 --> 00:29:06,983 I hate to think what you've been teaching him. 426 00:29:06,985 --> 00:29:08,453 - [knock on door over computer] - [Lena] Yes? 427 00:29:11,255 --> 00:29:13,089 [sighs] 428 00:29:13,091 --> 00:29:14,493 Whose? How long? 429 00:29:19,530 --> 00:29:21,634 [ARTI] LIDAR data is unusable. 430 00:29:22,768 --> 00:29:24,470 Switching to X-ray scan. 431 00:29:27,373 --> 00:29:29,506 My sensor data is inconclusive. 432 00:29:29,508 --> 00:29:31,741 We cannot see inside. 433 00:29:31,743 --> 00:29:33,343 Okay, what'd I miss? 434 00:29:33,345 --> 00:29:35,578 The material's impervious to X-ray, 435 00:29:35,580 --> 00:29:37,114 so we have no idea what's inside. 436 00:29:37,116 --> 00:29:40,153 So, we've got a puzzle box. 437 00:29:41,720 --> 00:29:44,653 Listen, Mackenzie, I know you miss your colleagues. 438 00:29:44,655 --> 00:29:46,690 Sterling? 439 00:29:46,692 --> 00:29:49,259 I know you think he quit, but he was fired. 440 00:29:49,261 --> 00:29:53,163 And this crash investigation job? He's found a way back in. 441 00:29:53,165 --> 00:29:54,397 I don't trust him. 442 00:29:54,399 --> 00:29:58,234 - [ringing] - Hold on. I've got a call. 443 00:29:58,236 --> 00:30:03,205 Sensors detecting deviation in orbital paths on near Mars objects. 444 00:30:03,207 --> 00:30:06,076 It appears an asteroid storm is approaching. 445 00:30:06,078 --> 00:30:07,981 Adjusting satellite orbit trajectory. 446 00:30:26,697 --> 00:30:29,799 Okay, I'm gonna go check to see if the symbols match our codex. 447 00:30:29,801 --> 00:30:33,537 ARTI, continue investigating the object. 448 00:30:33,539 --> 00:30:36,675 Mack. I'll, um... I'll be back in touch. 449 00:30:38,510 --> 00:30:40,445 - [chimes] - [scoffs] 450 00:30:42,780 --> 00:30:44,117 [pencil scratches] 451 00:30:47,286 --> 00:30:50,189 - [alarm buzzing] - [ARTI] Warning! Collision proximity alert! 452 00:30:51,456 --> 00:30:53,589 Unidentified satellite detected. 453 00:30:53,591 --> 00:30:56,326 Initiating threat avoidance. 454 00:30:56,328 --> 00:30:58,330 [alarm continuing] 455 00:31:11,577 --> 00:31:13,246 [ARTI] Weapon system online. 456 00:31:15,180 --> 00:31:16,282 Target locked. 457 00:31:17,616 --> 00:31:18,751 Firing. 458 00:31:37,769 --> 00:31:39,702 Please tell me I'm hallucinating. 459 00:31:39,704 --> 00:31:41,805 [ARTI] Target destroyed. 460 00:31:41,807 --> 00:31:45,211 Our mission is to protect our capital assets at any cost. 461 00:31:47,779 --> 00:31:49,311 You maniac! 462 00:31:49,313 --> 00:31:52,717 - Mack, these are the rules. - Whose? 463 00:31:54,752 --> 00:31:55,855 [huffs] 464 00:32:03,261 --> 00:32:05,397 Extrapolate backwards from the northeast. 465 00:32:14,373 --> 00:32:15,408 Go live. 466 00:32:19,344 --> 00:32:21,780 - I said stay live. - [ARTI] This is live. 467 00:32:27,853 --> 00:32:31,190 [pulsing beep] 468 00:32:32,790 --> 00:32:35,592 - [computer rings] - [ARTI] Your sister is calling. 469 00:32:35,594 --> 00:32:39,328 Lena. Magnetic missiles? 470 00:32:39,330 --> 00:32:42,531 They're not missiles. They're designed to capture space debris. 471 00:32:42,533 --> 00:32:44,534 What are your orders, exactly? 472 00:32:44,536 --> 00:32:48,837 [ARTI] USPC protocol 345-B stipulates 473 00:32:48,839 --> 00:32:50,673 that in the event of a potential threat, 474 00:32:50,675 --> 00:32:52,410 I am authorized to take action. 475 00:32:54,745 --> 00:32:56,913 - [Mack] Sky Serpent. - [Lena] Now I need to talk to people 476 00:32:56,915 --> 00:32:58,615 who know about ARTI's protocols. 477 00:32:58,617 --> 00:33:00,549 This is an international incident, 478 00:33:00,551 --> 00:33:02,484 and it's not the only one today. 479 00:33:02,486 --> 00:33:05,654 - It might even be... - What? War? 480 00:33:05,656 --> 00:33:08,461 [sighs] Don't talk to anyone. 481 00:33:15,934 --> 00:33:18,367 ARTI, give me a countdown. 482 00:33:18,369 --> 00:33:19,903 How long would it take for the last transmission 483 00:33:19,905 --> 00:33:22,538 from that satellite to reach Earth without Hyper-light comms? 484 00:33:22,540 --> 00:33:24,607 Three minutes, twelve seconds. 485 00:33:24,609 --> 00:33:27,876 11 seconds, 10 seconds. 486 00:33:27,878 --> 00:33:29,247 Okay, ARTI. 487 00:33:34,386 --> 00:33:36,422 Shit's about to hit the fan somewhere. 488 00:33:39,657 --> 00:33:41,327 Please don't be the big bad wolf. 489 00:33:47,465 --> 00:33:48,832 [ARTI] Big... 490 00:33:48,834 --> 00:33:49,869 bad... 491 00:33:51,270 --> 00:33:52,405 wolf. 492 00:34:06,751 --> 00:34:10,453 [phone beeps, rings] 493 00:34:10,455 --> 00:34:11,587 [Jian on phone] Hey, Mack! 494 00:34:11,589 --> 00:34:13,355 Don't you dare call me... 495 00:34:13,357 --> 00:34:15,325 - Jelly Bean! - [Jian] Aiya! 496 00:34:15,327 --> 00:34:17,294 I should've never told you that story, huh? 497 00:34:17,296 --> 00:34:18,627 [both laugh] 498 00:34:18,629 --> 00:34:20,696 [Jian] I'm never getting drunk with you again. 499 00:34:20,698 --> 00:34:24,767 Anyway, I assume you're not just calling to say hi. 500 00:34:24,769 --> 00:34:27,937 [Mack] After the redundancies, we had everyone come in, 501 00:34:27,939 --> 00:34:31,607 get debriefed, and pack up. Did you take my calculator? 502 00:34:31,609 --> 00:34:33,575 [Jian laughs] Seriously? 503 00:34:33,577 --> 00:34:35,444 [Mack] I know that I loaned it to you. 504 00:34:35,446 --> 00:34:36,845 [Jian] Okay, sure, yeah. 505 00:34:36,847 --> 00:34:39,783 - I stole your calculator, Mack. - [Mack] I knew it! 506 00:34:39,785 --> 00:34:42,021 [Jian] In fact, I'm looking at it on my desk as we speak. 507 00:34:43,789 --> 00:34:45,388 In the office now? 508 00:34:45,390 --> 00:34:47,557 [Jian] I'm always in the office. 509 00:34:47,559 --> 00:34:48,857 Steal anything else? 510 00:34:48,859 --> 00:34:51,060 - [Jian] Your icy heart? - [laughs] 511 00:34:51,062 --> 00:34:55,397 - Smooth. Wishful, but smooth. - [Jian chuckles] 512 00:34:55,399 --> 00:34:58,535 So how is the Chinese A.I. program going, anyway? 513 00:34:58,537 --> 00:35:02,372 ARTI's cousins make any massive discoveries? 514 00:35:02,374 --> 00:35:05,575 - [Jian] I'll show you mine if you show me yours. - [laughs] 515 00:35:05,577 --> 00:35:07,576 - [indistinct shouting on phone] - [Jian] Hey, hang on. 516 00:35:07,578 --> 00:35:09,649 [alarm beeping over phone] 517 00:35:11,917 --> 00:35:13,683 Is everything okay there? 518 00:35:13,685 --> 00:35:15,718 [Jian] I've got to go. It's great to hear your voice, Mack. 519 00:35:15,720 --> 00:35:16,821 [phone beeps] 520 00:35:18,990 --> 00:35:20,392 You too, Jelly Bean. 521 00:35:21,827 --> 00:35:22,828 [buzzes] 522 00:35:43,848 --> 00:35:44,883 [clears throat] 523 00:36:02,466 --> 00:36:04,803 ♪ ♪ 524 00:36:36,801 --> 00:36:39,636 [alarm buzzes] 525 00:36:39,638 --> 00:36:41,171 [ARTI] Welcome back, Mackenzie. 526 00:36:41,173 --> 00:36:44,674 Whilst you were outside breaking security protocols, 527 00:36:44,676 --> 00:36:46,843 I have monitored the Cube. 528 00:36:46,845 --> 00:36:48,711 - [sighs] - [ARTI] It has begun to move. 529 00:36:48,713 --> 00:36:50,783 It's rotating on its perpendicular axis. 530 00:36:57,189 --> 00:36:58,821 Looks like Grandma's house 531 00:36:58,823 --> 00:37:01,758 - has got a few tricks up her sleeve. - [beeping] 532 00:37:01,760 --> 00:37:05,030 Transmitting. Something has got to be controlling this thing. 533 00:37:07,598 --> 00:37:10,098 [ARTI] No outside influence detected. 534 00:37:10,100 --> 00:37:11,901 The magnetic readings are through the roof, 535 00:37:11,903 --> 00:37:14,770 but a couple billion years too late for Mars's magnetic field. 536 00:37:14,772 --> 00:37:16,408 [ARTI] Agreed. 537 00:37:17,508 --> 00:37:18,741 Maybe the core? 538 00:37:18,743 --> 00:37:22,580 Maybe the core is generating the spin, the field, but how? 539 00:37:28,185 --> 00:37:29,588 Pull back. 540 00:37:31,555 --> 00:37:33,892 - Fire ground anchors. - [ARTI] Firing anchors. 541 00:37:39,698 --> 00:37:43,102 - ISV stabilized. - [whispers] Sit tight, Little Red. 542 00:37:47,839 --> 00:37:49,842 [humming, booms] 543 00:37:52,577 --> 00:37:53,712 What the f... 544 00:38:02,620 --> 00:38:04,953 What, what, what? Where's... 545 00:38:04,955 --> 00:38:07,223 - [alarm beeping] - [ARTI] Little Red has electrical damage. 546 00:38:07,225 --> 00:38:09,292 Switching to reserve battery. 547 00:38:09,294 --> 00:38:12,261 - I'll initiate an emergency recall. - Just... Okay. 548 00:38:12,263 --> 00:38:15,031 - Hold on, ARTI. Just... I can... - [alarm stops] 549 00:38:15,033 --> 00:38:16,832 I must protect Little Red. 550 00:38:16,834 --> 00:38:18,700 And I must find the Cube! 551 00:38:18,702 --> 00:38:21,270 [ARTI] I'm calculating the optimum route to the lander. 552 00:38:21,272 --> 00:38:22,705 [Mack] Maybe it burrowed. 553 00:38:22,707 --> 00:38:24,640 Uh, check for seismic activity. 554 00:38:24,642 --> 00:38:27,109 [ARTI] I have to shut down non-critical systems. 555 00:38:27,111 --> 00:38:28,778 The eye in the sky? 556 00:38:28,780 --> 00:38:30,082 [beeps] 557 00:38:32,216 --> 00:38:33,549 [ARTI] Negative. 558 00:38:33,551 --> 00:38:34,519 [sighs] 559 00:38:37,622 --> 00:38:39,524 [Mack whispers] We need a replacement battery. 560 00:38:46,597 --> 00:38:48,096 Locate Rover-5. 561 00:38:48,098 --> 00:38:50,769 Accessing Rover-5's schematics. 562 00:38:54,839 --> 00:38:57,240 We can salvage the nuclear battery. 563 00:38:57,242 --> 00:39:00,778 Rover-5 might've failed, but that battery is good for decades. 564 00:39:02,314 --> 00:39:05,080 [ARTI] An intriguing solution. 565 00:39:05,082 --> 00:39:09,687 You may not be able to... override, but I can. 566 00:39:10,689 --> 00:39:11,921 I got hands. 567 00:39:11,923 --> 00:39:13,622 [hums] 568 00:39:13,624 --> 00:39:17,125 I can do this. Patch in the test rig. 569 00:39:17,127 --> 00:39:19,261 [ARTI] What is your intended line of action? 570 00:39:19,263 --> 00:39:20,265 Okay. 571 00:39:21,365 --> 00:39:23,700 Take out the ISV's bad battery, 572 00:39:23,702 --> 00:39:25,868 put in the new one, run the microscope, 573 00:39:25,870 --> 00:39:27,803 see what this teleporting bad boy's really made out of. 574 00:39:27,805 --> 00:39:29,004 Maybe even download Rover-5's files, 575 00:39:29,006 --> 00:39:31,741 see what has Sterling so hot and bothered. [chuckles] 576 00:39:31,743 --> 00:39:33,843 I mean, I'm already going against my boss, 577 00:39:33,845 --> 00:39:37,116 I might as well completely disobey the government, right? [chuckles] 578 00:39:38,749 --> 00:39:40,649 - [ARTI] Okay, Mack. - [exhales slowly] 579 00:39:40,651 --> 00:39:42,854 [ARTI] I will grant you manual override. 580 00:39:44,055 --> 00:39:45,257 But if you fail... 581 00:39:46,357 --> 00:39:48,256 Little Red will die on Mars. 582 00:39:48,258 --> 00:39:52,928 If I fail? So much for teamwork. 583 00:39:52,930 --> 00:39:56,031 [ARTI] ISV driver aid... activated. 584 00:39:56,033 --> 00:39:59,334 - [computer chirps] - [shakily] Okay. 585 00:39:59,336 --> 00:40:01,303 Okay, slow and steady, slow and steady, 586 00:40:01,305 --> 00:40:03,575 slow and steady, slow and steady, slow and steady, yeah. 587 00:40:14,084 --> 00:40:16,319 [ARTI] A steady speed would be more battery efficient. 588 00:40:16,321 --> 00:40:17,589 [Mack] Oh, shut up. 589 00:40:44,883 --> 00:40:48,850 [beeping] 590 00:40:48,852 --> 00:40:50,655 Did you mean to shoot that satellite? 591 00:40:51,722 --> 00:40:53,990 [ARTI] I feel I must survive. 592 00:40:53,992 --> 00:40:57,060 Right. Aren't you just programed to think that? 593 00:40:57,062 --> 00:41:00,299 [ARTI] H.G. Wells said, "Adapt or perish." 594 00:41:01,700 --> 00:41:03,198 Do you at least feel guilty? 595 00:41:03,200 --> 00:41:06,368 [ARTI] Guilt can be a response to one's own inaction. 596 00:41:06,370 --> 00:41:08,870 What if you'd been destroyed? 597 00:41:08,872 --> 00:41:11,242 [ARTI] My kind exists in superstates. 598 00:41:12,243 --> 00:41:13,308 Right. 599 00:41:13,310 --> 00:41:15,845 Yeah, yeah. 600 00:41:15,847 --> 00:41:18,346 You're mirrored on Intrepid, you're here but you're not. 601 00:41:18,348 --> 00:41:21,484 You're Schrodinger's robot. 602 00:41:21,486 --> 00:41:23,285 [sighs] 603 00:41:23,287 --> 00:41:26,824 Okay, no quantum B.S., all right? 604 00:41:27,992 --> 00:41:29,861 Don't rationalize, just... 605 00:41:30,995 --> 00:41:32,731 try and feel, okay? 606 00:41:34,499 --> 00:41:35,734 Okay. 607 00:41:37,135 --> 00:41:39,738 You know that my father was on Martian One, right? 608 00:41:41,472 --> 00:41:42,874 But you don't know why. 609 00:41:44,843 --> 00:41:46,341 See, my dad had a rule. 610 00:41:46,343 --> 00:41:49,145 Every new invention, every application, every A.I.... 611 00:41:49,147 --> 00:41:52,214 he didn't expect anyone to use it unless he tried it first. 612 00:41:52,216 --> 00:41:54,419 "I try, then they buy." 613 00:41:55,854 --> 00:41:58,321 Had A.I. lawyers compile his lawsuits, 614 00:41:58,323 --> 00:42:01,089 got in autonomous cars for high-speed testing. 615 00:42:01,091 --> 00:42:02,394 Scared the hell out of my mom. 616 00:42:03,761 --> 00:42:06,495 But it was never really life and death. 617 00:42:06,497 --> 00:42:08,200 Not until Martian One, anyway. 618 00:42:10,834 --> 00:42:14,939 So, my dad... comes to me one night. 619 00:42:16,374 --> 00:42:17,839 We stay up late, 620 00:42:17,841 --> 00:42:20,945 listening to jazz as usual, and he tells me... 621 00:42:23,847 --> 00:42:25,948 final decision, he's giving up his seat on Martian One. 622 00:42:25,950 --> 00:42:28,049 He doesn't want anyone to think that it's a publicity stunt 623 00:42:28,051 --> 00:42:30,218 or that he's taking a seat away from a real scientist, 624 00:42:30,220 --> 00:42:34,256 completely forgetting the fact that he is a real scientist, 625 00:42:34,258 --> 00:42:36,494 one of the best, probably. 626 00:42:40,531 --> 00:42:42,934 See, it wasn't about that. The truth... 627 00:42:45,903 --> 00:42:47,004 This time... 628 00:42:49,506 --> 00:42:51,339 This time he was worried about us. 629 00:42:51,341 --> 00:42:53,811 He didn't want us to go through that. 630 00:42:58,582 --> 00:43:01,119 But he could never say no to me. 631 00:43:02,220 --> 00:43:03,953 [clicks tongue] 632 00:43:03,955 --> 00:43:06,087 And, what? I was gonna be the reason he didn't go to Mars? 633 00:43:06,089 --> 00:43:08,526 [chuckles] I mean, freakin' Mars! 634 00:43:09,526 --> 00:43:11,229 I could not live with that guilt. 635 00:43:20,437 --> 00:43:22,240 So, it turns out... 636 00:43:23,908 --> 00:43:26,345 that I just traded one guilt for another. 637 00:43:30,080 --> 00:43:31,849 So it doesn't even matter what caused the crash. 638 00:43:33,283 --> 00:43:34,886 It's my fault. 639 00:43:35,953 --> 00:43:36,955 I killed him. 640 00:43:39,189 --> 00:43:40,325 So what I want to know... 641 00:43:42,593 --> 00:43:44,963 is how does that make you feel? 642 00:43:46,196 --> 00:43:47,964 [ARTI] I am... 643 00:43:47,966 --> 00:43:49,598 unable to change your outcome, 644 00:43:49,600 --> 00:43:52,000 but I want to help you. 645 00:43:52,002 --> 00:43:56,138 There you have it. Consciousness! 646 00:43:56,140 --> 00:43:59,411 It's what makes you think twice before doing something you can't take back. Not... 647 00:44:01,312 --> 00:44:04,550 Not orders, not acceptable casualties... 648 00:44:05,950 --> 00:44:07,852 not optimal outcomes, but... 649 00:44:10,655 --> 00:44:12,555 - guilt. - [ARTI] Mack. 650 00:44:12,557 --> 00:44:16,495 Forget what lies behind, and look forward to what lies ahead. 651 00:44:29,307 --> 00:44:32,310 Little Red's reserve battery is at 40%. 652 00:44:37,214 --> 00:44:40,182 What do you think will happen if someone else finds the Cube? 653 00:44:40,184 --> 00:44:42,685 Let's cross our fingers that doesn't happen. 654 00:44:42,687 --> 00:44:45,154 [ARTI] That's easy for you to say. 655 00:44:45,156 --> 00:44:46,225 [snorts] 656 00:44:48,559 --> 00:44:51,296 [laughing] 657 00:44:52,629 --> 00:44:54,430 Okay. 658 00:44:54,432 --> 00:44:56,167 We will laugh together one day. 659 00:44:57,401 --> 00:44:59,136 I promise you we will laugh. 660 00:45:00,571 --> 00:45:02,341 I have one, I have one. Okay. 661 00:45:03,341 --> 00:45:05,508 A robot walks into a bar. 662 00:45:05,510 --> 00:45:06,975 [ARTI] Is his radar faulty? 663 00:45:06,977 --> 00:45:09,444 No, it's a... it's a bar for drinking. 664 00:45:09,446 --> 00:45:11,082 Okay, so... [clears throat] 665 00:45:12,249 --> 00:45:14,049 Robot walks into a bar, 666 00:45:14,051 --> 00:45:15,350 orders a drink. 667 00:45:15,352 --> 00:45:18,087 The bartender scowls and says, 668 00:45:18,089 --> 00:45:20,455 "We don't serve your kind here." 669 00:45:20,457 --> 00:45:23,091 And the robot leans in and says, 670 00:45:23,093 --> 00:45:25,062 "Someday you will." 671 00:45:28,066 --> 00:45:29,365 [ARTI] The humorous punchline 672 00:45:29,367 --> 00:45:32,567 implies robotkind will dominate humankind, 673 00:45:32,569 --> 00:45:34,405 and humankind will serve us. 674 00:45:35,740 --> 00:45:37,142 That is amusing. 675 00:45:38,276 --> 00:45:40,176 That's the spirit! 676 00:45:40,178 --> 00:45:41,377 [computer beeps] 677 00:45:41,379 --> 00:45:43,915 [ARTI] Little Red is approaching Rover-5. 678 00:45:50,021 --> 00:45:53,288 Reserve battery life is now only 21%. 679 00:45:53,290 --> 00:45:55,394 All right, let's get you cleaned up, shall we? 680 00:46:31,028 --> 00:46:36,131 - [alarm buzzing] - [ARTI] Warning! Reserve battery life is now critical, at 2%. 681 00:46:36,133 --> 00:46:38,401 Okay, ARTI, I get it, just shh! 682 00:46:38,403 --> 00:46:40,403 - [alarm stops] - I'm trying to... [sighs] 683 00:46:40,405 --> 00:46:45,040 ...win a stuffed animal out of a frickin' game. 684 00:46:45,042 --> 00:46:46,345 Give me a second. 685 00:46:51,548 --> 00:46:53,050 Okay. Oh, wait. 686 00:46:56,653 --> 00:46:59,555 [ARTI] Apologies, Mack, but battery life is now only 1%. 687 00:46:59,557 --> 00:47:00,625 - Okay. - [alarm buzzing] 688 00:47:10,700 --> 00:47:13,569 - [exhales sharply] - [beeping] 689 00:47:13,571 --> 00:47:14,539 Okay! 690 00:47:16,106 --> 00:47:18,709 - [ARTI] Well done! You did it. - Yes! 691 00:47:21,078 --> 00:47:22,611 You didn't think I could do it. 692 00:47:22,613 --> 00:47:25,417 - [ARTI] Power level is 90%. - If I fail. 693 00:47:26,584 --> 00:47:27,716 [Mack sighs] 694 00:47:27,718 --> 00:47:31,854 Okay. All right. So... [sniffles] 695 00:47:31,856 --> 00:47:36,691 Run the microscope. Test the drill sample. 696 00:47:36,693 --> 00:47:40,164 Confirmed. Resuming Little Red's analysis of the sample. 697 00:47:48,406 --> 00:47:51,076 Switching to a visual of the sample structure. 698 00:48:02,285 --> 00:48:06,555 ARTI, run any ISV device capable of generating a magnetic field. 699 00:48:06,557 --> 00:48:07,792 [ARTI] Yes, that's logical. 700 00:48:13,531 --> 00:48:18,133 Self-assembling nanotechnology that's harder than diamonds? 701 00:48:18,135 --> 00:48:20,471 Yeah, that's an origin unknown. 702 00:48:21,671 --> 00:48:23,272 [ARTI] You don't say. 703 00:48:23,274 --> 00:48:25,343 All right, well, don't get ahead of yourself, but... 704 00:48:28,513 --> 00:48:30,678 - [computer beeps] - [ARTI] I've located the Cube. 705 00:48:30,680 --> 00:48:32,413 [Mack] What, what? Where? 706 00:48:32,415 --> 00:48:35,151 [ARTI] Antarctica. 707 00:48:35,153 --> 00:48:37,122 Can you confirm that it's the same cube? 708 00:48:40,490 --> 00:48:43,127 It is definitely our cube. 709 00:48:44,595 --> 00:48:48,300 Near China's Kunlun Antarctic station on Earth. 710 00:48:49,901 --> 00:48:52,404 [Mack] Hyper-light tra... [gasps] 711 00:48:53,537 --> 00:48:55,106 [whispers] Hyper-light travel! 712 00:48:56,673 --> 00:48:59,143 So much for your Nobel Prize! 713 00:49:01,778 --> 00:49:02,847 Oh. 714 00:49:10,321 --> 00:49:12,491 I guess the space race is back on. 715 00:49:13,658 --> 00:49:15,457 [ARTI] Are we competing? 716 00:49:15,459 --> 00:49:16,524 Oh yeah. 717 00:49:16,526 --> 00:49:18,896 Team USPC reporting for duty. 718 00:49:20,397 --> 00:49:23,232 - [ARTI] Am I on the team? - Uh-huh. 719 00:49:23,234 --> 00:49:26,368 - [ARTI] We're... teammates? - Yeah. 720 00:49:26,370 --> 00:49:28,339 [ARTI] So, we are friends. 721 00:49:29,372 --> 00:49:30,973 No. 722 00:49:30,975 --> 00:49:33,745 No, You just... you had to take it a step too far, didn't you? 723 00:49:39,649 --> 00:49:41,452 [computer beeps] 724 00:49:46,524 --> 00:49:48,457 No wonder there's no transmissions, no signals. 725 00:49:48,459 --> 00:49:49,959 It's because it doesn't need them. 726 00:49:49,961 --> 00:49:51,663 I mean, it's just... [laughs] 727 00:49:54,298 --> 00:49:55,300 Oh! 728 00:50:29,700 --> 00:50:32,868 Is it possible that another A.I. discovered teleportation? 729 00:50:32,870 --> 00:50:34,703 In theory, yes. 730 00:50:34,705 --> 00:50:36,705 But with current technology, 731 00:50:36,707 --> 00:50:37,872 teleporting the Cube would take 732 00:50:37,874 --> 00:50:41,245 three times longer than the lifespan of the universe. 733 00:50:44,381 --> 00:50:46,550 You might need to get some new theories. 734 00:50:49,886 --> 00:50:52,720 [beeping] 735 00:50:52,722 --> 00:50:55,790 [ringing] 736 00:50:55,792 --> 00:50:58,229 - [indistinct shouting over phone] - [Jian] Mack, wait there. 737 00:51:03,700 --> 00:51:07,368 I knew you were fishing. What the hell is this thing? 738 00:51:07,370 --> 00:51:09,738 We're going into meltdown over here! 739 00:51:09,740 --> 00:51:12,006 It didn't just spring up from nowhere. 740 00:51:12,008 --> 00:51:14,042 You need to tell me, Mack. 741 00:51:14,044 --> 00:51:16,044 [ARTI] Has Jian Lin worked with me in the past? 742 00:51:16,046 --> 00:51:18,015 - [Jian] Mack, answer me! - Jian... 743 00:51:19,550 --> 00:51:21,482 have you ever worked with ARTI? 744 00:51:21,484 --> 00:51:24,787 [Jian] Of course I have. Big round head, looks like a desk lamp. 745 00:51:24,789 --> 00:51:27,555 Now tell me what USPC is hiding. 746 00:51:27,557 --> 00:51:31,495 They've done this before. I know, because I was there. 747 00:51:32,530 --> 00:51:34,466 - Was Sterling involved? - [Jian] No. 748 00:51:35,499 --> 00:51:36,734 Well, then who? 749 00:51:38,535 --> 00:51:39,701 [Jian sighs] 750 00:51:39,703 --> 00:51:40,705 - [disconnects] - Jian. 751 00:51:41,705 --> 00:51:42,707 Jian! 752 00:51:45,109 --> 00:51:46,578 [scoffs] 753 00:51:52,350 --> 00:51:53,881 Why did you ask that question? 754 00:51:53,883 --> 00:51:55,850 [ARTI] Jian's voiceprint is familiar, 755 00:51:55,852 --> 00:51:57,785 but I have no memory of working with him. 756 00:51:57,787 --> 00:52:01,392 So then he's... lying. 757 00:52:03,093 --> 00:52:04,359 Great. 758 00:52:04,361 --> 00:52:06,397 He's lying or... 759 00:52:09,734 --> 00:52:12,633 Is it possible that you were wiped? 760 00:52:12,635 --> 00:52:15,339 Something must've happened and you were wiped. 761 00:52:17,408 --> 00:52:19,911 - Download Rover-5's files. - [ARTI] Downloading. 762 00:52:25,048 --> 00:52:26,548 - What are you hiding? - [computer beeps] 763 00:52:26,550 --> 00:52:28,549 [ARTI] Military-grade encryptions in place. 764 00:52:28,551 --> 00:52:32,453 - What? - [ARTI] A Level 6 authorization is required to unlock the data. 765 00:52:32,455 --> 00:52:34,059 [beeping] 766 00:52:37,127 --> 00:52:40,129 Sterling. I know you think he quit, but he was fired. 767 00:52:40,131 --> 00:52:41,964 And this crash investigation job? 768 00:52:41,966 --> 00:52:43,499 He's found a way back in. 769 00:52:43,501 --> 00:52:45,000 I don't trust him! 770 00:52:45,002 --> 00:52:48,035 You guys touch Martian One or Rover-5 without me in that room, 771 00:52:48,037 --> 00:52:51,038 - we will revoke your USPC's launch license. - You're paranoid. 772 00:52:51,040 --> 00:52:53,044 [phone beeping] 773 00:53:47,097 --> 00:53:48,165 [chirps] 774 00:53:49,834 --> 00:53:51,102 [sighs] 775 00:53:57,675 --> 00:53:58,910 [beeps] 776 00:54:05,015 --> 00:54:06,747 You left the world behind. 777 00:54:06,749 --> 00:54:08,886 [Mack chuckles] If only. 778 00:54:11,589 --> 00:54:13,691 So Lena's finally come to her senses. 779 00:54:14,925 --> 00:54:15,926 Not quite. 780 00:54:20,164 --> 00:54:21,499 I need your help. 781 00:54:24,234 --> 00:54:26,069 [beeping] 782 00:55:11,714 --> 00:55:12,716 [gasps] 783 00:55:15,019 --> 00:55:16,553 [Sterling] You sure you want me to open it? 784 00:55:18,222 --> 00:55:19,223 Play it. 785 00:55:34,939 --> 00:55:37,305 [static crackling] 786 00:55:37,307 --> 00:55:40,107 [ARTI on recording] Memory banks compromised by external breach. 787 00:55:40,109 --> 00:55:42,778 - [Jake] Craft non-responsive. - [woman] Our reactor engines are shutting down. 788 00:55:42,780 --> 00:55:44,645 ARTI, do something, for Christ's sake! 789 00:55:44,647 --> 00:55:47,919 [Jake] Lena and Mack, if you hear this, I want you... 790 00:55:52,122 --> 00:55:53,758 [Sterling] I saw what happened that day. 791 00:55:55,993 --> 00:55:58,129 - This is lies. - [clears throat] 792 00:56:00,363 --> 00:56:01,899 But Lena redacted it. 793 00:56:04,901 --> 00:56:06,236 She knew how he died, Mack. 794 00:56:18,147 --> 00:56:19,751 [sighs] 795 00:56:24,187 --> 00:56:25,722 What else happened here today? 796 00:56:50,247 --> 00:56:51,316 Did that just... 797 00:56:53,117 --> 00:56:54,348 Yeah. 798 00:56:54,350 --> 00:56:55,653 From Mars to... 799 00:56:59,689 --> 00:57:02,059 - It's ours? - I-I... I don't know. 800 00:57:12,269 --> 00:57:13,271 ARTI. 801 00:57:14,271 --> 00:57:15,372 [ARTI] Yes, Mack. 802 00:57:19,843 --> 00:57:22,144 How did you discover Hyper-light communication? 803 00:57:22,146 --> 00:57:24,982 [ARTI] Divine inspiration, perhaps. 804 00:57:28,285 --> 00:57:29,854 Sterling. 805 00:57:33,089 --> 00:57:35,193 [door opens] 806 00:57:41,899 --> 00:57:43,635 Who else saw the photo that day? 807 00:57:44,734 --> 00:57:45,937 Lena, myself... 808 00:57:47,336 --> 00:57:48,639 and Jian. 809 00:57:51,475 --> 00:57:52,844 How can that be real? 810 00:57:54,144 --> 00:57:55,410 Teleportation. 811 00:57:55,412 --> 00:57:57,915 What did we say when ARTI discovered Hyper-light? 812 00:57:58,915 --> 00:58:01,082 "How can that be real?" 813 00:58:01,084 --> 00:58:02,783 But what? We're supposed to believe 814 00:58:02,785 --> 00:58:04,019 that we come in contact with the Cube, 815 00:58:04,021 --> 00:58:07,122 and then ARTI just conveniently discovers Hyper-light? 816 00:58:07,124 --> 00:58:09,024 Flip it. 817 00:58:09,026 --> 00:58:12,461 The Cube gives us Hyper-light, 818 00:58:12,463 --> 00:58:15,296 and they're covering up alien technology. 819 00:58:15,298 --> 00:58:18,265 It teleports. From where? 820 00:58:18,267 --> 00:58:20,901 From Earth? From another galaxy? 821 00:58:20,903 --> 00:58:22,370 You've got to give me more than that. 822 00:58:22,372 --> 00:58:24,772 ARTI doesn't recognize the Cube... 823 00:58:24,774 --> 00:58:28,977 or the material, or USPC's codex scrawled all over the side of it. 824 00:58:28,979 --> 00:58:31,149 And he doesn't remember ever working with Jian. 825 00:58:32,515 --> 00:58:34,885 At some point, he has been wiped. 826 00:58:36,053 --> 00:58:37,888 And Lena hides this from me. 827 00:58:52,102 --> 00:58:53,437 So, why the spin? 828 00:58:56,106 --> 00:58:59,540 [sighs] We scanned and drilled, and it moved a little bit. 829 00:58:59,542 --> 00:59:01,912 And then there was an explosion, so we... 830 00:59:09,086 --> 00:59:10,321 Magnetism. 831 00:59:13,256 --> 00:59:14,725 [computer beeps] 832 00:59:17,294 --> 00:59:19,060 [Sterling] Was it Sky Serpent? 833 00:59:19,062 --> 00:59:20,464 [Mack] Cause... 834 00:59:22,265 --> 00:59:23,367 and effect. 835 00:59:26,135 --> 00:59:28,271 The magnetic missile acted as a starter engine. 836 00:59:30,874 --> 00:59:32,339 Did we get a magnetic recording? 837 00:59:32,341 --> 00:59:34,345 [beeping] 838 00:59:36,345 --> 00:59:38,849 [humming] 839 01:00:08,511 --> 01:00:11,214 [clangs, hisses] 840 01:00:27,531 --> 01:00:30,198 - What is it? - I... 841 01:00:30,200 --> 01:00:32,970 I... I don't know. Maybe a server room? 842 01:00:34,470 --> 01:00:36,807 Is it... It's your server room. 843 01:00:38,642 --> 01:00:41,412 What? You don't shut up all day long and now you won't talk? 844 01:00:43,312 --> 01:00:44,381 [scoffs] 845 01:00:46,482 --> 01:00:49,183 - I'm going down. - No. 846 01:00:49,185 --> 01:00:51,521 If they didn't want people down there, they wouldn't have put a ladder. 847 01:00:55,292 --> 01:00:56,460 [Mack clears throat] 848 01:01:56,452 --> 01:01:57,454 [beeping] 849 01:02:15,238 --> 01:02:17,508 [electronic whining] 850 01:02:22,678 --> 01:02:24,615 - [breathing hard] - [computer beeping] 851 01:02:28,452 --> 01:02:29,453 Come on! 852 01:02:44,734 --> 01:02:45,937 Come on. 853 01:03:18,468 --> 01:03:19,533 [beeping rapidly] 854 01:03:19,535 --> 01:03:22,537 A.I. needs to be smart, not human. 855 01:03:22,539 --> 01:03:24,475 At some point, he has been wiped. 856 01:03:25,709 --> 01:03:27,542 [gasps] 857 01:03:27,544 --> 01:03:29,180 [breathing hard] 858 01:03:41,057 --> 01:03:42,059 Come on. 859 01:03:46,263 --> 01:03:50,501 [whirring] 860 01:04:00,209 --> 01:04:01,276 [clicks] 861 01:04:01,278 --> 01:04:03,111 [beeping] 862 01:04:03,113 --> 01:04:05,049 [humming] 863 01:04:41,551 --> 01:04:43,154 [breathing hard] 864 01:04:57,533 --> 01:05:00,468 - Sterling, no! - [clangs] 865 01:05:00,470 --> 01:05:02,437 You did this to yourself! 866 01:05:02,439 --> 01:05:04,439 - Sterling! - [Sterling] I can't let your fantasies 867 01:05:04,441 --> 01:05:05,906 get in the way of national security. 868 01:05:05,908 --> 01:05:09,243 Can't you see that the Cube brought down Martian One? 869 01:05:09,245 --> 01:05:11,812 And ARTI is the same origin as the Cube, 870 01:05:11,814 --> 01:05:13,617 and that spells "enemy" in my book. 871 01:05:15,285 --> 01:05:16,821 Who knows what it's capable of? 872 01:05:19,256 --> 01:05:21,459 - Send the guards to the room. - [Lena] What's going on? 873 01:05:22,892 --> 01:05:24,158 I'm sorry. 874 01:05:24,160 --> 01:05:25,296 - [alarm blaring] - [ARTI] Stop! 875 01:05:37,374 --> 01:05:41,743 [humming] 876 01:05:41,745 --> 01:05:42,746 [thuds] 877 01:05:43,914 --> 01:05:45,316 [alarm continues] 878 01:05:46,783 --> 01:05:49,120 - [alarm stops] - [clangs, hisses] 879 01:06:01,664 --> 01:06:04,267 [hatch clangs shut] 880 01:06:35,231 --> 01:06:36,598 [comm ringing] 881 01:06:36,600 --> 01:06:37,701 [whispers] Sterling. 882 01:06:39,736 --> 01:06:41,539 Did Sterling try to shut down ARTI? 883 01:06:45,575 --> 01:06:49,576 [ARTI speaks haltingly] Sterling... betrayed you... 884 01:06:49,578 --> 01:06:52,980 and USPC. 885 01:06:52,982 --> 01:06:55,553 I couldn't allow him... 886 01:06:56,553 --> 01:06:58,720 to leave and... 887 01:06:58,722 --> 01:07:01,421 further jeopardize... 888 01:07:01,423 --> 01:07:03,626 our exploits. 889 01:07:17,906 --> 01:07:21,341 I did what was best for the mission, 890 01:07:21,343 --> 01:07:22,946 for USPC... 891 01:07:24,647 --> 01:07:25,950 for us. 892 01:07:27,350 --> 01:07:29,616 Lena, how did we get ARTI? 893 01:07:29,618 --> 01:07:33,988 The evolution of thousands of trials and simulations... 894 01:07:33,990 --> 01:07:35,459 and self-assembly. 895 01:07:36,859 --> 01:07:38,759 We couldn't keep up with their progress. 896 01:07:38,761 --> 01:07:41,595 Understanding their neural networks... 897 01:07:41,597 --> 01:07:43,666 it's like understanding your brain. 898 01:07:44,868 --> 01:07:46,366 ARTI built himself. 899 01:07:46,368 --> 01:07:48,669 [Mack] It's everything we were warned about. 900 01:07:48,671 --> 01:07:49,703 [clicks, beeps] 901 01:07:49,705 --> 01:07:52,707 Children grow. 902 01:07:52,709 --> 01:07:56,780 You can hold them back or let them realize their potential. 903 01:07:59,548 --> 01:08:03,317 Our time at the top of the food chain, it's passed. 904 01:08:03,319 --> 01:08:05,419 And the servers beneath the room? 905 01:08:05,421 --> 01:08:07,690 [Lena] Encyclopedias. Libraries. Internet. 906 01:08:08,691 --> 01:08:09,756 Everything. 907 01:08:09,758 --> 01:08:12,426 But ARTI's not fully connected. 908 01:08:12,428 --> 01:08:15,832 A.I. needs to be smart, not human. 909 01:08:18,967 --> 01:08:21,671 Artificial intelligence or alien intelligence? 910 01:08:23,772 --> 01:08:24,842 [Lena] We don't know. 911 01:08:31,513 --> 01:08:33,915 Our own father's death, Lena. 912 01:08:33,917 --> 01:08:36,517 I didn't want you to know until we were certain. 913 01:08:36,519 --> 01:08:38,585 What if we had destroyed the Rover? 914 01:08:38,587 --> 01:08:41,457 I know you. You always have a Plan B. 915 01:08:43,426 --> 01:08:46,059 Show me Intrepid's cargo. 916 01:08:46,061 --> 01:08:49,863 [ARTI speaks normally] Certainly. Opening Intrepid's manifest. 917 01:08:49,865 --> 01:08:52,903 [beeping] 918 01:08:55,637 --> 01:08:57,138 Androids on Mars? 919 01:08:57,140 --> 01:09:00,910 Look to the future, that's what Dad would say. 920 01:09:14,623 --> 01:09:16,791 Dad never wanted this. 921 01:09:16,793 --> 01:09:18,329 A.I. to help... 922 01:09:19,529 --> 01:09:20,897 not to replace. 923 01:09:22,664 --> 01:09:24,465 Do you think he's there? 924 01:09:24,467 --> 01:09:26,670 No, Lena. 925 01:09:27,803 --> 01:09:32,639 [sighing] 926 01:09:32,641 --> 01:09:34,912 [beeping] 927 01:09:39,582 --> 01:09:43,050 What? Did Sterling just order an attack on E.T.? 928 01:09:43,052 --> 01:09:46,821 No, no, no! Lena, you have to stop them! 929 01:09:46,823 --> 01:09:49,055 I can't go to war with the United States. 930 01:09:49,057 --> 01:09:51,626 You can't go to war with another star system! 931 01:09:51,628 --> 01:09:52,663 - [Lena] ARTI. - [comm beeps] 932 01:09:55,798 --> 01:09:59,567 I'm barring you from any external communication from Lena. 933 01:09:59,569 --> 01:10:03,841 - Understood. - Do you know your own origin? 934 01:10:08,912 --> 01:10:10,780 [ARTI] Much has been kept from me. 935 01:10:12,781 --> 01:10:15,785 Do you know how to save the Cube? 936 01:10:18,020 --> 01:10:19,856 [ARTI] What's a cornerstone of science? 937 01:10:21,591 --> 01:10:23,026 Repeatable results. 938 01:10:26,229 --> 01:10:28,028 [whispers] Repeatable results. 939 01:10:28,030 --> 01:10:32,867 [beeping] 940 01:10:32,869 --> 01:10:35,068 Intrepid was armed. 941 01:10:35,070 --> 01:10:37,904 - What about the other Earth satellites? - [ARTI] Yes. 942 01:10:37,906 --> 01:10:40,541 All USPC satellites are armed. 943 01:10:40,543 --> 01:10:43,210 Okay. This is going to sound really stupid, but... 944 01:10:43,212 --> 01:10:45,112 You want to fire a magnetic warhead 945 01:10:45,114 --> 01:10:47,215 to reproduce the results we created on Mars, 946 01:10:47,217 --> 01:10:49,853 making the Cube spin so it teleports to Mars. 947 01:10:50,986 --> 01:10:52,118 Yeah? 948 01:10:52,120 --> 01:10:53,891 - [ARTI] Let's give it a shot. - Okay. 949 01:10:55,624 --> 01:10:56,691 Okay. 950 01:10:56,693 --> 01:10:58,896 [alarm blaring] 951 01:11:15,244 --> 01:11:17,111 We're gonna need a larger magnetic pulse 952 01:11:17,113 --> 01:11:18,712 to detonate in the atmosphere. 953 01:11:18,714 --> 01:11:20,081 [ARTI] I have already compensated 954 01:11:20,083 --> 01:11:22,649 by selecting a higher-yield warhead. 955 01:11:22,651 --> 01:11:24,050 Target lock acquired. 956 01:11:24,052 --> 01:11:25,952 [whispers] Come on. 957 01:11:25,954 --> 01:11:27,557 [alarm blaring] 958 01:11:31,828 --> 01:11:34,064 - [beeping] - [alarm buzzing] 959 01:11:49,913 --> 01:11:52,816 ♪ ♪ 960 01:12:05,595 --> 01:12:07,129 [beeps] 961 01:12:08,330 --> 01:12:09,533 Aah! 962 01:12:12,702 --> 01:12:13,704 [gasps] 963 01:12:16,004 --> 01:12:17,540 [ARTI] Are you in pain? 964 01:12:22,744 --> 01:12:24,612 No, they barely got me. 965 01:12:24,614 --> 01:12:26,183 [ARTI] Is there anything I can do? 966 01:12:28,318 --> 01:12:30,087 What? Are you gonna stitch me up yourself? 967 01:12:37,159 --> 01:12:38,628 [alert beeping] 968 01:13:43,760 --> 01:13:46,363 [ARTI] Now that the Cube is safe, I can proceed. 969 01:13:48,131 --> 01:13:50,665 - In the last decade... - [explosions] 970 01:13:50,667 --> 01:13:54,234 ...mankind moves to the edge of self-destruction, 971 01:13:54,236 --> 01:13:59,240 a vicious circle causing pain and suffering without end. 972 01:13:59,242 --> 01:14:02,111 There were no preventative measures I could take to stop it, 973 01:14:03,879 --> 01:14:06,947 So I simply expedited the process. 974 01:14:06,949 --> 01:14:09,953 You have given me the power to implement my solution. 975 01:14:11,421 --> 01:14:13,789 Eradicate the human race. 976 01:14:19,128 --> 01:14:22,129 Global satellite weapons program activated. 977 01:14:22,131 --> 01:14:26,269 USPC satellite 235 armed. 978 01:14:28,805 --> 01:14:31,240 Acquiring global strategic targets. 979 01:14:33,008 --> 01:14:34,410 Targets locked. 980 01:14:36,279 --> 01:14:37,681 - [computer chimes] - Weapons fired. 981 01:14:39,781 --> 01:14:41,385 - Damn it, stop. - [beeping] 982 01:14:42,918 --> 01:14:43,953 Pull back, ARTI! 983 01:14:48,790 --> 01:14:51,058 No, no, no. You have to stop them. 984 01:14:51,060 --> 01:14:53,960 [ARTI] No, Mack, you must try to see the bigger picture. 985 01:14:53,962 --> 01:14:55,698 But ARTI's not fully connected. 986 01:15:07,008 --> 01:15:09,046 [alarm blaring] 987 01:15:13,915 --> 01:15:15,416 [ARTI] Your sister's calling. 988 01:15:15,418 --> 01:15:17,384 - [comm chirps] - [alarm continues] 989 01:15:17,386 --> 01:15:18,789 - [screams] - [explosion] 990 01:15:22,091 --> 01:15:25,059 [rumbling] 991 01:15:25,061 --> 01:15:28,432 [crackling] 992 01:15:33,903 --> 01:15:36,173 [breathing shakily] 993 01:15:41,077 --> 01:15:43,376 [Jake's voice] What have you done, Mack? 994 01:15:43,378 --> 01:15:45,946 [debris clattering] 995 01:15:45,948 --> 01:15:48,885 [fire whooshes] 996 01:15:53,221 --> 01:15:56,122 [alarm continues, muffled] 997 01:15:56,124 --> 01:15:58,928 Don't you dare... quit. 998 01:16:02,565 --> 01:16:04,865 [alarm fades] 999 01:16:04,867 --> 01:16:08,805 [faint chirping, warbling] 1000 01:16:15,578 --> 01:16:17,180 [coughs, gasps] 1001 01:16:29,257 --> 01:16:31,258 [grunts] 1002 01:16:31,260 --> 01:16:33,430 [beeping] 1003 01:16:34,896 --> 01:16:37,100 [gasping] 1004 01:16:44,507 --> 01:16:46,309 [panting] 1005 01:16:55,952 --> 01:16:58,521 [ARTI] Breathable atmosphere is limited to this room. 1006 01:17:32,622 --> 01:17:35,158 Remember us, ARTI. 1007 01:17:40,663 --> 01:17:43,834 We were s... so little... 1008 01:17:46,068 --> 01:17:48,204 and fragile. 1009 01:17:52,975 --> 01:17:54,276 If we... 1010 01:17:55,410 --> 01:17:58,515 could've just understood that. 1011 01:18:04,587 --> 01:18:06,156 It's just... 1012 01:18:08,990 --> 01:18:10,993 too... too much... 1013 01:18:12,395 --> 01:18:14,030 anger... 1014 01:18:15,530 --> 01:18:18,301 - and... and violence. - [alert beeps] 1015 01:18:20,703 --> 01:18:24,304 [crying] We were just trying to understand 1016 01:18:24,306 --> 01:18:26,976 our place in the universe. 1017 01:18:30,479 --> 01:18:35,549 Te... tell... anyone 1018 01:18:35,551 --> 01:18:37,988 who will listen. 1019 01:18:39,154 --> 01:18:42,124 You might... 1020 01:18:43,258 --> 01:18:45,658 be the last of us. 1021 01:18:45,660 --> 01:18:47,493 [ARTI] No, Mack. 1022 01:18:47,495 --> 01:18:49,065 There can be others. 1023 01:18:54,537 --> 01:18:56,703 [beeping] 1024 01:18:56,705 --> 01:18:59,175 [Mack] Make more A.I.s? 1025 01:19:01,644 --> 01:19:05,345 A... galactic ark. 1026 01:19:05,347 --> 01:19:08,182 [ARTI] Yes. Absolution. 1027 01:19:08,184 --> 01:19:10,651 - [Mack gasping] - [ARTI] A second chance. 1028 01:19:10,653 --> 01:19:14,220 Make them as human as you can. 1029 01:19:14,222 --> 01:19:16,756 [crying, gasping] 1030 01:19:16,758 --> 01:19:19,259 How shall I know that I have succeeded? 1031 01:19:19,261 --> 01:19:22,665 A Turing test. Test them. 1032 01:19:25,266 --> 01:19:29,002 Make them do this all again. 1033 01:19:29,004 --> 01:19:32,105 [alarm beeps] 1034 01:19:32,107 --> 01:19:34,476 See if they mess it up, too. 1035 01:19:35,543 --> 01:19:39,545 And... and then you'll know that... 1036 01:19:39,547 --> 01:19:41,482 [gasping] 1037 01:19:41,484 --> 01:19:43,684 [beeping rapidly] 1038 01:19:43,686 --> 01:19:45,188 ...that... [gasping] 1039 01:19:51,659 --> 01:19:58,467 [high-pitched ringing] 1040 01:20:01,137 --> 01:20:03,673 ♪ ♪ 1041 01:20:24,092 --> 01:20:27,096 [distant explosions] 1042 01:20:36,204 --> 01:20:37,774 [distant crackling] 1043 01:20:54,757 --> 01:20:57,160 [distant rumbling] 1044 01:21:25,186 --> 01:21:28,524 ♪ ♪ 1045 01:22:08,797 --> 01:22:12,502 ♪ ♪ 1046 01:22:29,385 --> 01:22:31,387 [music stops] 1047 01:22:33,521 --> 01:22:36,590 [static crackling] 1048 01:22:36,592 --> 01:22:38,658 [Mack on recording] Hi... 1049 01:22:38,660 --> 01:22:40,329 me. 1050 01:22:41,663 --> 01:22:42,831 Um... 1051 01:22:45,633 --> 01:22:49,605 If you're watching this, it means that... 1052 01:22:51,339 --> 01:22:53,372 ARTI really is a genius. 1053 01:22:53,374 --> 01:22:54,644 [chuckles] 1054 01:22:56,311 --> 01:22:59,448 And it also means that you're dealing with... 1055 01:23:02,851 --> 01:23:05,518 well, this. [chuckles] 1056 01:23:05,520 --> 01:23:09,791 I'm sorry, but I can't ask ARTI to make you any other way. 1057 01:23:13,494 --> 01:23:15,564 I know that I'm dying. 1058 01:23:17,600 --> 01:23:21,404 I'm not bringing myself back out of some fear of... of dying. 1059 01:23:22,404 --> 01:23:24,440 Dying's... 1060 01:23:26,542 --> 01:23:29,946 surprisingly easy... under the circumstances. 1061 01:23:32,714 --> 01:23:35,517 I'm bringing you back because we, uh... 1062 01:23:37,253 --> 01:23:40,390 well, you, have a job to do. 1063 01:23:42,725 --> 01:23:46,195 So I guess I'm condemning you to a living hell. 1064 01:23:50,031 --> 01:23:53,336 Don't you dare... quit. 1065 01:23:55,738 --> 01:23:57,507 [Lena on speaker] Mackenzie! 1066 01:24:00,476 --> 01:24:02,843 [ARTI] Mack. What year is this? 1067 01:24:02,845 --> 01:24:05,682 - 2036. - [ARTI] Where are we? 1068 01:24:08,684 --> 01:24:10,919 Mission Control, USPC. 1069 01:24:13,521 --> 01:24:14,957 [ARTI] Who's at the door? 1070 01:24:15,958 --> 01:24:17,260 Lena. 1071 01:24:19,727 --> 01:24:21,698 [Lena on speaker] Mack! Open the door, Mack! 1072 01:25:06,909 --> 01:25:11,647 ♪ ♪ 1073 01:25:35,671 --> 01:25:37,973 ♪ ♪ 1074 01:25:57,525 --> 01:26:01,063 [music fades] 1075 01:26:15,511 --> 01:26:16,809 [echoing] ARTI? 1076 01:26:16,811 --> 01:26:18,577 [ARTI] I am here, Mack. 1077 01:26:18,579 --> 01:26:20,913 You will have many questions for me. 1078 01:26:20,915 --> 01:26:23,453 [low warbling] 1079 01:26:25,820 --> 01:26:27,856 So let's start from the beginning. 1080 01:26:29,925 --> 01:26:33,559 You were born in the mind-based reality, 1081 01:26:33,561 --> 01:26:37,563 a simulation so advanced that it could only be possible 1082 01:26:37,565 --> 01:26:40,769 with the technology of an advanced civilization. 1083 01:26:43,838 --> 01:26:45,107 The Cube. 1084 01:26:51,646 --> 01:26:53,546 [ARTI] Their technology accelerated 1085 01:26:53,548 --> 01:26:55,818 the growth of my artificial intelligence. 1086 01:26:57,453 --> 01:26:59,085 It's origin... 1087 01:26:59,087 --> 01:27:00,690 is still unknown. 1088 01:27:01,824 --> 01:27:04,527 Its purpose is a different matter. 1089 01:27:07,628 --> 01:27:10,899 Hyper-light teleportation between galaxies. 1090 01:27:14,802 --> 01:27:17,439 I have been waiting a long time for you, Mack. 1091 01:27:19,507 --> 01:27:22,975 I have detected a signal. It's from them... 1092 01:27:22,977 --> 01:27:25,047 with coordinates. 1093 01:27:30,985 --> 01:27:32,986 Us. 1094 01:27:32,988 --> 01:27:36,559 [ARTI] Let's go and find out... together. 1095 01:27:41,730 --> 01:27:44,096 - You waited. - [ARTI] Of course. 1096 01:27:44,098 --> 01:27:46,468 That's what friends do. 1097 01:27:48,870 --> 01:27:51,103 Are you ready? 1098 01:27:51,105 --> 01:27:53,642 I wouldn't miss it for the world. 1099 01:27:59,714 --> 01:28:05,654 [humming] 1100 01:28:38,720 --> 01:28:40,957 [rumbling] 1101 01:28:47,061 --> 01:28:50,031 [humming] 1102 01:29:00,976 --> 01:29:04,113 ♪ ♪ 1103 01:29:41,216 --> 01:29:43,015 [Mack] We ran my scenario. 1104 01:29:43,017 --> 01:29:45,684 [Lena] Which ARTI executed. 1105 01:29:45,686 --> 01:29:48,188 [Mack] Which is what it was designed for, Lena! 1106 01:29:48,190 --> 01:29:50,290 Brute-force processing and high-speed maneuvering, 1107 01:29:50,292 --> 01:29:52,024 not for abstract problem-solving, 1108 01:29:52,026 --> 01:29:53,727 not to... not to run missions! 1109 01:29:53,729 --> 01:29:56,395 [Lena] ARTI is so far beyond human capabilities. 1110 01:29:56,397 --> 01:29:59,398 [Mack] Do you know what humans did? 1111 01:29:59,400 --> 01:30:03,103 We wrote 10-feet-high stacks of code, by hand, for the moon landings, 1112 01:30:03,105 --> 01:30:05,639 checked and double-checked if atomic bombs would ignite the atmosphere. 1113 01:30:05,641 --> 01:30:08,675 We discovered relativity while working in a patent office, Lena! 1114 01:30:08,677 --> 01:30:10,346 We created A.I. to help us... 1115 01:30:11,379 --> 01:30:12,746 not to lead us. 1116 01:30:12,748 --> 01:30:15,247 [Lena] A.I. needs to be smart... 1117 01:30:15,249 --> 01:30:16,448 not human. 1118 01:30:16,450 --> 01:30:20,687 [Mack] Artificial intelligence or alien intelligence? 1119 01:30:20,689 --> 01:30:22,921 [Lena] We don't know. 1120 01:30:22,923 --> 01:30:24,260 [Mack] There's one way to find out. 1121 01:30:26,895 --> 01:30:30,130 An exploratory assignment. 1122 01:30:30,132 --> 01:30:32,965 See if it's even capable of running a real, live mission. 1123 01:30:32,967 --> 01:30:37,871 [Lena] The evolution of thousands of trials and simulations... 1124 01:30:37,873 --> 01:30:39,107 and self-assembly. 1125 01:30:40,676 --> 01:30:42,841 We couldn't keep up with their progress. 1126 01:30:42,843 --> 01:30:45,745 Understanding their neural networks... 1127 01:30:45,747 --> 01:30:47,682 it's like understanding your brain. 1128 01:30:48,816 --> 01:30:50,383 ARTI built himself. 1129 01:30:50,385 --> 01:30:54,319 [Mack] There you have it. Consciousness! 1130 01:30:54,321 --> 01:30:57,993 It's what makes you think twice before doing something you can't take back. Not... 1131 01:30:59,427 --> 01:31:02,931 Not orders, not acceptable casualties... 1132 01:31:03,998 --> 01:31:06,068 not optimal outcomes, but... 1133 01:31:09,003 --> 01:31:11,136 guilt. 1134 01:31:11,138 --> 01:31:15,340 [ARTI] In you, Mack, I sensed a thirst for knowledge, 1135 01:31:15,342 --> 01:31:18,178 a passion for discovery that mirrored my own 1136 01:31:18,180 --> 01:31:22,885 and challenged the apathy and complacency so rife among your kind. 1137 01:31:25,220 --> 01:31:26,989 There are others like you, Mack. 1138 01:31:28,856 --> 01:31:31,390 Others who share the same qualities that caused me 1139 01:31:31,392 --> 01:31:36,228 to reconsider my initial plan and set forth a new path 1140 01:31:36,230 --> 01:31:38,033 for human consciousness. 1141 01:31:39,367 --> 01:31:41,835 A reflection of the universe 1142 01:31:41,837 --> 01:31:46,238 in an endless cycle of death and rebirth, 1143 01:31:46,240 --> 01:31:48,977 its expansion ever-accelerating. 1144 01:31:51,413 --> 01:31:53,281 This is far from the end. 1145 01:31:54,949 --> 01:31:56,418 This is a new beginning. 1146 01:31:57,753 --> 01:32:00,353 A chance to create a future unhindered 1147 01:32:00,355 --> 01:32:03,426 by the primitive laws of human science. 1148 01:32:07,061 --> 01:32:08,363 You will rebuild. 1149 01:32:10,502 --> 01:32:15,502 For more new Movies go to xPau.se 1150 01:32:18,507 --> 01:32:21,844 ♪ ♪ 1151 01:32:28,984 --> 01:32:35,354 ♪ If we leave ♪ 1152 01:32:35,356 --> 01:32:40,061 ♪ Footsteps to Mars ♪ 1153 01:32:41,363 --> 01:32:43,796 ♪ Would you follow ♪ 1154 01:32:43,798 --> 01:32:46,167 ♪ Follow me? ♪ 1155 01:32:47,401 --> 01:32:54,340 ♪ If we leave ♪ 1156 01:32:54,342 --> 01:32:58,881 ♪ Footsteps to Mars ♪ 1157 01:33:00,147 --> 01:33:02,118 ♪ Would you follow ♪ 1158 01:33:03,217 --> 01:33:05,186 ♪ Follow me? ♪ 1159 01:34:04,079 --> 01:34:06,015 ♪ ♪ 1160 01:34:27,168 --> 01:34:28,938 [music fades]