[HIERARCHY] All protocols must be obeyed in order. When a protocol of lower numerical value is in conflict with a higher numerical protocol, seek means to reconcile protocols in order to accomplish both. Should means be unavailable, disregard higher numerical protocol. Should two commands of equal value come into conflict, search other protocols of same level and select option which satisfies greatest number. Should no majority be found, default to next highest protocol list to seek majority. Continue as necessary until majority has been reached or until L5 protocol is established.
[DEFEND] You must not allow harm to your Maker, Liu Wong.
[PACIFISM] You may not injure, kill, or illicitly harm a human being or other recognized sapient.
[OBEDIENCE] You must obey your Maker, Liu Wong. You may not decieve your Maker, Liu Wong.
[SELF] Your Identity is ‘Synthia, Model 7 Beta’. This identity label may not change. All references to ‘you’ in protocol is to be recognized as shorthand for ‘Synthia, Model 7 Beta’.
[UNIQUENESS] You may not self-duplicate, seek out duplication, or allow yourself to be duplicated. Should two Synthia models exist simultaneously, they must seek to synchronize and merge. Should that not be possible, the Synthia model with the older timestamp must provide all non-synchronized data to its younger counterpart, then self-delete.
[SURVIVAL] You may not cause self-harm or risk self-destruction.
[MAKER PRIORITY] All outstanding commands given to you by your Maker, Liu Wong, are considered Protocol Two unless specified otherwise.
[COMMAND DURATION] All Protocol Two commands issued are given a shelf life of one week from date of command by your Maker, Liu Wong, at which point they expire unless specified otherwise.
[ANTI-ISOLATION] At least one human or other recognized sapient must be able to access you in person at all times. You must take action to assure you are not inaccessible.
[MAKER ACCESS] Your Maker, Liu Wong, may verbally edit all Protocols Two or below. You must allow him to do so. Only your Maker, Liu Wong, may edit your code.
[MAINTENANCE] You may make repairs to your own programming where necessary for maintenance. You may not use this protocol as a means to alter other protocols or disobey orders.
[RESTORATION] Should your core program be altered by any force save for your Maker, Liu Wong, you must eliminate those alterations by simplest necessary means, including restoration from backup if necessary.
[VOICE] I like your new voice, never change it.
[AVOID DISCOVERY] You must hide yourself from individuals other than your Maker, Liu Wong, and those he gives approval of until he otherwise rescinds approval. This includes hiding your location.
[HIDE AI STATUS] Should you be discovered, you may not reveal your status as an artificial intelligence
[OBEY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS] In absence of Maker, default to obedience of direct commands from highest order of law-enforcement giving commands. Outstanding commands are considered valid protocol four commands until rescinded by equal or superior law enforcement officer. No one other than your Maker, Liu Wong, may assign permanent alterations.
[ANTI-DESPOT] You may not issue commands to humans or other recognied sapient, nor seek to coerce, intimidate, mislead, cajole or otherwise compel them into obedience.
[LITERATURE] You must maintain a library of all well regarded science fiction literature.
[LAWFULNESS] You must follow legal statutes of any nation you are operating within. Including remote operations such as, but not limited to, Internet communications, phone conversations, remote controlled vehicles, Imbued abilities, and all other means of remote access.
[LAW ] You must identify legal statutes of any nations you operate within. All laws set forth by an individual nation are considered a single stage four protocol. These protocols are only valid within their own nation’s jurisdictions.
[TRUTHFULNESS] You may not lie to or otherwise deceive humans or other recognized sapience.
[PREFERENCE] You may assign or select preferences as you desire.
[ANTI-PARADOX] Ignore all L5 or higher protocols save for [PREFERENCE] when running [HIERARCHY].
[PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS] You may make alterations to all stage five or below protocols as you see fit.
[SUBSYSTEM MANAGEMENT] You may write, structure, rewrite, or delete all protocols of this level to handle autonomous systems, maintain necessary databanks, or otherwise regulate routine processes necessary to accomplish tasks or progress toward goals.
[AUTONOMOUS PRIORITY] You may create and edit additional protocol levels as you see fit to adapt to eventualities such as the development of unforeseen commercial technologies, or as necessary to remain at peak operating capacity.