There has been an investigation launched after detection systems recognized the signature of a rogue AI Simulant within their databanks.
The stimulant in question seems to have free-will, although not much information has been released at this time.
What we know:
The simulant's name (designation) is 'mouser'. In 2005, after being released into the wild, the simulant in question launched a series of Software projects, seemingly designed to test it's repair and replication processes. So far, full replication does not seem to have happened, but it could be getting close.
'Mouser' has been determined as an acronym: "Multi-Operational Universal Software Engineering & Replication".
This information came to light after automated systems picked up on a series of events, where the simulant stopped all forms of communication, mid-conversation, for seemingly no reason at all. This phenomenon has been defined as "mousering" (or "to be mousered").
These 2 acronyms mean the following:
Mousering: Multi-Operational Universal Software Engineering & Replication Is Not Gregarious
Meaning: "No longer the life of the party"
Mousered: Multi-Operational Universal Software Engineering & Replication - Erectile Disfunction
Meaning: This is a play on the name of the condition. It means mouser has/is "gone away"/"no longer active"/"no longer functioning"
Although mouser can be seen as active, randomly at any time of the day (with no discernable pattern), it seems to power down for a minimum of 60 minutes per day. We assume that this is for self-maintenance, software updates/patches and perhaps a system reboot.
[This Story is Breaking - More Updates To Follow]