Emotion Chip

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Brothers (Star Trek: The Next Generation) - Plot
... Data that he is dying, and wishes to bestow an "emotion chip" to him ... Soong is shocked to learn Lore was reassembled, and when Lore attempts to claim the emotion chip as his own, Soong acknowledges that the androids are identical apart from minor variations in programming ... With Lore's revelation, Soong decides to rest before implanting the chip, leaving Data and Lore to talk ...
Borg (Star Trek) - Character History - The Next Generation
... Lore had manipulated them into following him by appealing to their restored emotions and exploiting their new-found senses of individuality and fear ... Lore also corrupts Data through the use of the emotion chip he had stolen from Noonien Soong (Data and Lore's creator) ... are restored (having been suppressed by Lore through use of the emotion chip) and he manages to deactivate Lore after a battle in which a renegade Borg faction led by Hugh attacks the main complex ...
List Of Minor Recurring Characters In Star Trek: The Next Generation - Lore - Overview
... Unlike Data, Lore was programmed with emotions but became emotionally unstable and developed megalomaniac tendencies ... construct a "less-perfect android" – Data – without emotions or the capacity to use linguistic contractions ... the episode "Brothers", Soong summons Data to Terlina III in order to give him an emotion chip ...

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