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SF or superhero with self-replicating AI on Venus

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Jan 1, 8:09pm Top

Hi, I'm trying to think of a book:

The protagionist persuades a lonely self-replicating artificial intelligence to go to (uninhabited) Venus rather than endangering life on Earth.
Later the protagonist visits Venus and finds that the AI has increased to landmass size.
The AI is a little dangerous but not hostile.

Not 'The Expanse'.

I can't remember if it's a superhero or science fiction thing.

Charles Stross maybe? Or China MiƩville?

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