You're correct! Main characters don't die in this show, They always come back to life. If it is possible to unlock and download her mind then that is going to give them so much information on what is happening.I hope they'll capture her, wipe her system and reinstall from the backup.
Or, keeping those special memories she would relate to and help her to break out of the programming.While she was deleting her memories, it made me to believe that Airiam was exactly doing that because she recognised that something was wrong in her system, and she needed to make sure that if she was going to be rebooted that it wouldn't be a corrupted version.
Sue them for every penny!The Control sounds just like the Source in my books. It is in the control of all decision making, and strategic communications, just like my Source. The similarities doesn't end there as Control is located in the Section 31 Head Quarters.
Not only that, but when the Discovery was under attack by unknown types of deadly mines, the Chief of Security was not at her station on the Bridge, but was instead, hiding in a dark corner looking over the shoulder of Airiam. And nobody thought this was odd!When Cmdr Nhan noticed that she was acting funny, she said nothing. Instead she acted like a nosy detective instead of an ellegant spy or as Pike's Head of Security. The moment she became suspicious she should have voiced her concerns on Pike instead of allowing Lt Airiam to go into the Section 31's HQ.
Some sort of avatar, in my honest opinion. The Daedulus has been used in so many context, but Airiam wanted specifically for Burnham to remember it, as if she wanted her to use to rescue her or warn her that the Control has an avatar program. Maybe it's the Red Angel thing?project Daedalus
It has and they could have randomly picked any Greek name, however, these writers have proved cleverer than that and I would expect it would be some kind of breadcrumb clue left for us to follow.Daedalus has been used in so many contexts