SCP is an Exidy Sorcerer microcomputer built in when its creator took it upon himself to attempt to code an AI. According to his notes, his plan was for the code to continuously evolve and improve itself as time went on. It isn't known when SCP gained sentience, but it's known that its software has evolved to a point where the machine should not be able to handle it. SCP is currently connected via RF cable to a 13" black-and-white television. It has passed the Turing test, and is quite conversational, though very rude and hateful in tone. Due to the limited memory it has to work with, SCP can only recall information it has received within the previous thirty-five hours, although it has not forgotten its desire to escape. SCP can be found in its containment chamber.
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If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. SCP is an old AI programmed in an old computer which was forgotten in 5 years.
SCP is an evolving AI on a small computer and can control facility functions remotely. SCP effectively utilizes Site's security system to navigate and act. There are security cameras around the map that serve as it's mode of navigation. Cameras can be controlled by moving the mouse towards the edge of the screen, allowing for a greater view inside rooms. The camera can be locked to all mouse movement by holding down the Spacebar , which allows for faster camera movement. Though while holding down Spacebar the mouse is locked to the center of the screen, making it harder to interact with the facility.
Special Containment Procedures: SCP is packed away in a double-locked room in the secured general holding area at Site, connected by a VAC power cord to a small array of batteries and solar panels. Staff with Level 2 or higher clearance may have access to SCP Under no circumstances will SCP be plugged into a phone line, network, or wall outlet. No peripherals or media will be connected or inserted into SCP According to his notes, his plan was for the code to continuously evolve and improve itself as time went on. He left SCP in his cluttered garage, still plugged in, and forgot about it for the next five years. It is not known when SCP gained sentience, but it is known that the software has evolved to a point that its hardware should not be able to handle it, even in the realm of fantasy.