Yep, he did gloss over fictional AIs from video games.
He mentioned SHODAN, but missed out:
- Durandal (though only 90s Mac gamers could be expected to know it)
- Cortana, and 343 Guilty Spark. Cortana was a fictional AI aide to military commanders, and later her gave her name to Microsoft's 'personal assistant' software, which itself was, as was Siri, derived from Department of Defence projects in the 90s designed to triage tactically-relevant information for real battlefield commanders.
Quazatron (okay, that was on the ZX Spectrum)