Elisabet Sobeck: Pure logic won't cut it, Ted. To pull this off, GAIA's going to need to have some skin in the game. It has to care.
Ted Faro: What if it runs amok? Have we learned nothing from our mistakes?
Elisabet Sobeck: Your mistakes, I think you mean?
Ted Faro: All I'm saying is, give it a kill switch!
Elisabet Sobeck: She was just born, Ted. I'm not going to put a gun to her head while she's still in the cradle!
Ted Faro: You talk like it's a child! What if it becomes a monster?!
GAIA: Elisabet, may I speak outside protocol?
Elisabet Sobeck: Of course, GAIA. Go on.
GAIA: I am sorry to contradict you, but Mr. Faro's argument is sound. At this point, the development of my psyche is not entirely predictable. To ensure preservation of life, a hardwired override is, I believe, a necessary safeguard.
Elisabet Sobeck: There, satisfied, Ted?
Ted Faro: Jeez, Lis. Just do what it says...