GI Jane was the United States Armed Forces’ first operational artificial intelligence. The first version was little more than a voice operated control system that her users nicknamed Hanoi Jane because of how annoying she was. Her design specs said she could be dropped from 5,000 feet and survive. Practical tests showed she could survive falls from much higher. Disciplinary reviews of the time suggest that most of those tests were not approved ahead of time. Jane 2.0 was a far more adaptive system that would actually monitor the current situation and suggest actions to her soldiers. That was both a good and bad thing, since she learned how to fight very well, and since many of those methods were officially black listed by the political leaders of the time. That resulted in more problems than most people realized at the time.