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Who is your TOP favorite antagonist in a film? 

Mine is Skynet because it's extremely sentient and intelligent AI that decided to wipe out humans in order to preserve itself. It created Terminators and invented time travel to  further it's agenda. 

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Gul Dukat! Such a good foil for Kira who starts out the series being this kind of extreme social justice warrior type but somehow more extreme? And trading blows with him makes her realize how she’s kind of being no better than the people she hates by being prejudiced. She becomes one of my favorite characters through her growth arc alone
 

and the dude is just smarmy af and evil with a capital E. Like just when you think he can’t get worse. He totally does. Plus not many villains start a working cult but somehow Dukat pulled it off. 

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28 minutes ago, LadyDaigona said:

Humanity. We’re actually the worst villains, 90% of the time 😂

I'm glad you agree with Skynet. After all, it sent it's army of Terminators to roll over the rest of us after the nuclear war. 

 

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1 minute ago, LadyDaigona said:

I mean, in a way, yes. And here we are, slowly creating a real skynet. 

James Cameron based it off of the existing Skynet Defense system back in the 80's. It still exists today. 

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SKYNET is a program by the U.S. National Security Agency that performs machine learning analysis on communications data to extract information about possible terror suspects. The tool is used to identify targets, such as al-Qaeda couriers, who move between GSM cellular networks. Specifically, mobile usage patterns such as swapping SIM cards within phones that have the same ESN, MEID or IMEI number are deemed indicative of covert activities.

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The SKYNET project was linked with drone systems, thus creating the potential for false-positives to lead to deaths.[1][5]

According to NSA, the SKYNET project is able to accurately reconstruct crucial information about the suspects including their social relationships, habits, and patterns of movements through graph-based visualization of GSM data.[3] However, scholars criticize that current security literature conflate statistical discrepancies with behavioral abnormalities and that the anomaly detection methodology SKYNET perpetuates the self/other binary.[6] For example, Al-Jazeera's bureau chief in Islamabad, Ahmad Zaidan, was wrongly identified as the most probable member of al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood on their records

 

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