Movie Review: I Robot
This movie presented a future scenario were robots were intently designed to help human beings do their daily task easily with less efforts. They obliged the robots to be the slaves of their command.The director presented the year 2035 as well perceived by humans now a days.
They have entered an age where Artificial intelligence along with simulations have stepped ahead making new possibilities with ease. As perceived any new technology will fascinate the society with
its positives but yet shortly proceeded by its cons and hazards. Scientists and technologists have worked together to serve humanity but too much dependence and knowledge led all their efforts go in vain.
Robotics, genetic engineering, nuclear technology , stem cells research and all many similar emerging technologies are promising to improve the lifestyles of human providing them extra luxury and fruits of heaven without much efforts. But yes like all humans are not angels, all creation may not be a blessing.
An evil creation from a single evil mind may lead to a mass destruction or even may disrepute other technological invention. A new technology or creation may be made either with an intention to benefit mankind but may be intended to destroy the entire humanity. In this film they presented that
robots were obliged to follow the 3 rules:
A robot may not injure a human being or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
Robots must obey orders given to it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the first law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the first or second law.
But the problem raised where artificial intelligence stepped ahead and incurred feelings of hatred towards human beings. On the other hand robotics technology helped counter those evil robots using Nanomites and helped the Corp Snooper to have a new robotic arm as a replacement to original one damaged in a car accident.
It really depends upon a person, upon a society and people in general as to how they chose to live with the new inventing technologies. A knife on one hand may be a useful tool to cut vegetables but on the other may be a curse as it may kill millions. Any new technology invented should be introduced with a lot care , rules and regulations, as a single wrong move may initiate a mass destruction. Relating all my content to nanotechnology
I must conclude that each technology must be accompanied with its regulation and a sense of responsibility of each citizen towards benefit of entire humanity not just one own’s self.