The movie "I, Robot" is about a robotic system that has been programmed to work as a secret agent by the government in order to protect its creators. If you have ever seen movies like this one, then you may be familiar with the concept. It's an interesting premise and one that can be very intriguing when you get right into it.
After being exposed to a computer virus, the secret agent begins to question the nature of his existence and why he was created. He sets off on an emotional journey where he must decide between the good or evil in the world, and whether he will become a savior.
Many people who have seen "I, Robot" have commented about how it captures their emotions, and that they feel much more connected to the story. I think that is because the concept of the film is so similar to many of the current issues of our society, and we can all relate to the main characters' fears and doubts. So many of the issues that we face in our world are related to some kind of technological fear, whether that is from the dangers of a computer virus or the dangers of a nuclear war.
It is interesting to see a robotic computer program like this coming to life and to experience the emotion of the character that is being played. This was very interesting to me because it brought to mind a few of my own fears and questions. The fear of a computer virus is something that I was scared of myself, as a child, and I know that millions of other people are also afraid of the possibility of a computer virus infiltrating their computer.
I, Robot is a very interesting and suspenseful movie that you should definitely check out if you haven't yet. If you want to see a movie that has you emotionally attached to the characters themselves, then you definitely need to check out I, Robot.
In closing, I encourage anyone who is interested in the future of technology to really think about the idea of this robotic system that is capable of thinking and acting on its own. As the human race evolves into a new era of self-awareness, it is interesting to see what the future holds for us as well.