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If you're slightly misremembering and it's not a sentient computer, but rather a mutant surrounded by computer monitors, then it can be Le Mutant (1978): the time period matches it's European (French, actually) it's a mini-series, which may have been compiled into a movie I guess people get control chips implanted into their necks From Wikipedia, ...


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bowles: I don't know if you are on-site any more, but this sounds like Walter M. Miller's short story It Takes A Thief aka Big Joe And The Nth Generation, 1952. The MC is a barbaric Martian thief who is paid to enter the Cavern of the Ancients & steal the secret information hidden there; in order to reach his goal he must pass the monster Big Joe (which ...


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This is Coils by Roger Zelazny. The protagonist was once part of a group of "special" people created or found by a government agency for "special operations" -- but someone he got cashiered and his memory wiped. One of the catch-words that repeats when the protagonist is applying his mental connection to anything digital (which is ...


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Not malevolent per se, but Asimov does eventually add the zeroth law, which does allow robots to kill humans — in order to save humanity.


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