A few centuries from now, earth is doomed. To survive, humanity decides to send spaceships to the closest earth like planets. The trip will last centuries and is the last hope for humanity so multiple spaceships are sent to different planets and different approaches are used.
All spaceships are heavily automated, an AI and army of robots takes care of everything. 3d printers and super efficient solar panels take care of all energy needs/manufacturing.
Everything is well planned : Once the spaceship lands on a colony, the AI , robot army and 3d printers will carefully build a sustainable settlement. There is enough organic material / recycling capacity in the ship to last for centuries after the landing on the new planet , food/water won t be a problem until the new colony becomes self sustainable. There are 3 types of spaceships:
Type1 spaceships have a carefully selected crew that will stay active during the long trip. The trip will span multiple generations.
Type2 spaceships carry the crew in a deep sleep (stasis) and the crew should be awoken when destination is reached.
Type3 spaceships carry frozen gametes that will be fertilized upon arrival. Artificial wombs will bring these embryos to life. Nurse robots will feed and take care of the infants until they become kids. Teacher robot will educate/guide them through the rest of their life.
Unfortunately all spaceships of type1 and 2 never reach their destination due to multiple reasons. It turns out that type3 ships were the most robust and only one type 3 spaceship managed to reach its destination. The landing site is carefully selected and is a region with reasonable climate and next to a water source. There is no other sentient life on the planet but plenty of vegetal and animal life to sustain a hunter/gatherer lifestyle. Unfortunately the spaceship is quite damaged after the very long trip. Most of the robots stopped working, because of that most of the greenhouses/food/water reserves are almost completely gone, instead of centuries of supplies, they only have a decade worth of supplies left.
Some of the nurse robots that should feed the infants still work but because the AI and more advanced teaching robots are damaged, there will be no one to educate the little babies, teach them how to speak and guide them. What do you think will happen to these babies? Will they survive? How will they grow up? Will they go back to stone age? Will they figure out how to hunt/gather food in the new planet? Will they eventually figure out how to repair the space ship? Will they have enough genetic diversity to survive in the long run?