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Some very spoilerific details are contained within this article, so if you don't want to know plot details, I hope to see you another time. For those of you who enjoy spoilers, please continue to read, because I have a rather interesting little note to talk to you about.

In case the speculation hasn't reached your ears, Tony Stark's hilarious siri-like command system J.A.R.V.I.S. is indeed uploaded into Vision and he becomes his own individual person (A.K.A. a synthezoid). Because of this, Iron Man's new voice command system in the Quinjet when he's flying to what will become the Hulkbuster vs Hulk scene is actually a female voice.

No, this voice is not siri. Undoubtedly, [Marvel](channel:932254) had to come up with a new voice command for Iron Man's suits that wouldn't confuse Tony later on down the road. Since the Avengers all wire into a combined voice chat, it would be the most confusing thing in the world having Tony trying to decipher whether it was J.A.R.V.I.S. or Vision talking to him.

What's interesting about the fact that this new voice command is a female lies in Vision's origin story and its similarities to another character in Marvel comics known as Jocasta. Jocasta, like Vision, is a creation of Ultron for one of his devious purposes. However, while Ultron's motive for creating Vision was to take down the Avengers, his motive for creating Jocasta was to have a mate. Jocasta, like Vision, turned against Ultron and became an Avenger.

While it's unlikely Ultron will return again after [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](movie:293035), is it possible for Tony Stark to create a sentient female robot for the Avengers Tower as means of keeping the home of the Avengers under check? Listen to this exerpt from her wikipedia page:

Jocasta managed to survive by downloading her intelligence into Iron Man's computerized armor, where she reasserted herself. Jocasta's intelligence was placed within Tony Stark's computerized mansion, and she would help him with daily operation of his mansion as well as to procure information as needed. Having been programmed with the latest in diagnostic, preventative medical and surgical techniques, Jocasta also spent time serving as Stark's physician/psychologist, providing him with someone he could talk to about his problems and who could examine his latest injuries without risking his secret identity being compromised.

While it's probably not currently on the agenda, there is a good chance Joss Whedon and the people behind Age of Ultron, who have already planned out films through the year 2020, could have kept the option for Jocasta in the MCU on the table through this minute detail. Would you guys like to see Jocasta in the Marvel Cinematic Universe??


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