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wow 3 laws same as i-robot movie will smith and fck this write longer comment
what do u think am i right?
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denmarkvnm wrote:

wow 3 laws same as i-robot movie ...


Those three laws of robotics exist in science fiction much longer than 2004's iRobot. They go back to the 1940s and were coined by Isaac Asimov. You can read more about it here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Laws_of_Robotics

You can see those three laws throughout various other science fiction literature or movies (not just iRobot and Time of Eve). The only thing with iRobot was that the movie played with the idea that those same three laws would only lead to a single outcome...

While the idea played by this series is closer to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Blade Runner. It plays with the concept of what we should consider alive and/or human... and if it's important in the grand scheme of things if all everyone is really after is the pursuit of happiness. By all means, these are not new concepts... but the approach to it and the style in which it is done is very refreshing!
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cybernetiac wrote:


denmarkvnm wrote:

wow 3 laws same as i-robot movie ...


Those three laws of robotics exist in science fiction much longer than 2004's iRobot. They go back to the 1940s and were coined by Isaac Asimov. You can read more about it here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Laws_of_Robotics

You can see those three laws throughout various other science fiction literature or movies (not just iRobot and Time of Eve). The only thing with iRobot was that the movie played with the idea that those same three laws would only lead to a single outcome...

While the idea played by this series is closer to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Blade Runner. It plays with the concept of what we should consider alive and/or human... and if it's important in the grand scheme of things if all everyone is really after is the pursuit of happiness. By all means, these are not new concepts... but the approach to it and the style in which it is done is very refreshing! :D




oh cool man thnx
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This is obviously a metaphor for classism. I'm wondering what the class structure is like there. I know that there are non-japanese living and working there but they'll never be japanese citizens, never have the same rights.
Posted 5/13/09
I'm guessing the "as long as your happy" thing is very vague,lol.

I'm guessing once the superiority concept is eliminated, or perfect concept, a more um easier thing arrives, or could it be a more complex.

or could it be such a simple answer that it's naked to the eye.

people in fear make up laws to make a fake sense of safety, but in all nothing can truly be controlled(does that even have meaning in this?).


but yeah i thought same thing when they talked of 3 laws of robotics.

well at least you know there's always someone thinking ahead of time.
um, the people that are always commented as being "way ahead of are knowledge" something like that.
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This is obviously a metaphor for classism. I'm wondering what the class structure is like there. I know that there are non-japanese living and working there but they'll never be japanese citizens, never have the same rights.
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