An unusual case involving a robot polarizes opinion in the Jeffersonian this week as Brennan and Booth investigate the death of Ian Goldberg, head of Social Cybernetics, a tech firm on the cusp of providing companions for profoundly autistic children.
With such a noble calling, and a bright future ahead, the team question why someone would want to murder the company's boss. And if not some one, could the murderer be AMI, the company's empathetic AI at the center of their groundbreaking development?
As the investigation unfolds, the mystery brings out varied thoughts and feelings on the future of artificial intelligence among the team.
Meanwhile, as Brennan's 40th birthday looms, she decides to shake things up with some secret plans of her own.
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Daisy finds herself caught between a rock and a hard boss place this week.
Having completed her PHD, Daisy is now eager to apply to the NFL (that’s National Forensic Lab, Not National Football League) for the position of Lead Forensic Anthropologist. It’s not lost on Daisy that Brennan landed in a similar job spot in far less time, and anxiety, coupled with her competitive edge, lead her to question if Brennan was really the right person to ask for a reference. Her anxiety is doubled when Brennan praises her latest work as “Adequate.”
As unusual as it might seem, Daisy finds solace in advice from Hodgins. (And no, he has still not forgiven her for shooting him.)