The year is 2035 and humanoid robots, driven by Artificial Intelligence, are a part of normal life. Detective Del Spooner hates robots since he had been in a auto crash along with a robot pulled him to safety whilst leaving a 12-year-old woman to die — because the likelihood of her dwelling were statistically lower than Detective Spooner’s. That is a little background on the protagonist from the film I, Robot, starring Will Smith. Finally, these humanoids ring together in a scheme to take over the world.
Is that the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Will the machine gotten so strong that it starts to think to some place where it’s more effective than the people? Notice, I stated competent, not strong. Without doubt computers are more effective in giving us responses quicker than human brainpower, but are they more competent? That is what folks worry about.
No, AI won’t take on the planet. Films like I, Robot are science fiction, with a focus on the term fiction.