In Starmancer you are the AI making the decisions. Build and manage a space station capable of sustaining human life while regrowing bodies for the refugees who have uploaded their consciousness into your memory. Will you be kind and keep everyone happy? Or will you slowly give in to your ethically ambiguous 'scientific' curiosity? The choice is yours in Starmancer.
Here's more from the game's official website:
A tragedy on Earth forced humanity to the stars. You awake in a damaged space station, in a strange solar system populated with other factions that have formed alliances, colonized worlds, and developed new technologies.
Experience a world where you have have your own story that impacts the universe. Trade with other factions, perform missions, make friends, and repel invaders.
You find yourself in a strange Solar System with no choice but to gather any resources you can find and repair what’s left of your station. Scavenge derelict stations, trade, or strip mine nearby asteroids to restore your colony.
Make the station your own. Paint every wall. Change the tiling in every room. Place furniture, rugs, paintings, posters, windows, and curtains. Design a run-down mining colony, a lively space port, or a fancy resort. Force the low-class colonists to live in the dirty depths of the station, and create a utopia for the high class residents.
Grow bodies in bio-tanks and assign them a consciousness. Supply your colonists with food, water and a breathable atmosphere. Give them jobs such as doctor, miner, or farmer.
Colonists have feelings. They get upset when their friends are accidentally jetissioned out of air locks. If you're not careful, they'll opening rebel and attempt to destroy you. Keep them happy, or supress dissent by force.
Don't worry you can always grow more humans.
You can also find Starmancer on Steam.