Artificial intelligence is the ability of any technology to be independent of the user in terms of performing some tasks. This intelligence is mainly used with the suit and the robots to indicate the level of technology in use. The suit through artificial intelligence can detect, analyze and execute even without the control of Tony. The creators of Iron Man movie decided to use artificial intelligence to try and make the suit more acceptable by the audience especially the science nerds. This technology is one of a kind and its being developed in the real
Artificial intelligence can perform tasks requiring intelligent behaviour... [they are] focused on providing solutions to real life problems.” The science fiction genre has conventions, some of which are relevant to Ex Machina, such as the setting, the narrative convention of overcoming an obstacle and the Frankenstein complex . Set in Nathan’s home Ex Machina (which is his research lab as well), is the equivalent of a spaceship even though it doesn’t look like a spaceship it represents the same thing as it is far away from normal civilisation. It gives a different scene to the present, the sci-fi genre does this to “allow viewers to see the narrative from a more neutral perspective.” Ex Machina also places the unfamiliar (Ava) in context to the familiar, (which is the current period of time) along with Caleb as a normal human to present a juxtaposition of how the two ‘different’
In the show, aliens, different worlds, and alternate realities are focuses of the plot. However, Doctor Who is successful because it interweaves these insane plot devices with relatable human drama and emotion. For example, in “Rise of the Cybermen” and “Age of Steel”, the show introduces the idea of a scientific advancement that would erase emotion from our lives. It causes us to question the importance of being able to feel. Has it allowed us to improve as a society or has it held us back?
Guardians of the Galaxy is a Marvel team super hero film. Nonetheless, it is controversial to the audience whether it fits the sub-genre of a team-up film such as The Avengers. Due to the characters, none of them have their individual movie like Iron Man. However, James Gunn uses points of view and actor’s acting to enhance the intimacy among the characters that makes this movie fits into the team super hero film genre. In addition, Gunn uses makeups to not make any of the roles too standout because they all have unique appearances that balance out on screen.
For a book, short story, or article to be classified as science fiction it is required to be based upon technology and where it will take the world in the future. Ayn Rand's novel, "Anthem" is proposing the theory of technology taking the world for the worst. As the book states, "The flame of the candle stands still in the air." This is meaning that no light bulbs or modern technology is present, because of extreme digression in intelligence. It shows that science fiction includes theories of technology carrying the world towards digression or progression.The short story of "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury also poses a theory about technology.
The ways the film and book portrays the stories is drastically different, especially with a film adaptation that was made over a decade after the book there is bound to be changes in the genre of Science Fiction to bring the story to the big screen. The first obvious difference is the title. In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, the term Blade Runner doesn 't exist, whereas in the movie the concept of Electric Sheep doesn 't exist, more specifically robot animals. The terminology is different for androids, in the book, they are called Andys for short. In the movie androids are called Replicants.
The movie is about a single mission completed by Hercules rather than a whole life story even though it includes background and a meaningful lesson. Perhaps the greatest difference between the Hollywood remake and the actual book is the murder of Hercules’ wife Megara and their kids. Since movies take a lot of dedication and money the screenwriters had to take the original and make it as interesting as they could. Because of this the movie’s version of their death is due to three savage wolves made to resemble the mythological character, Cerberus, Hades guard dog of the underworld while Hercules’ was drugged. In both pieces Hercules is unaware of his actions but, for different reasons.
He doesn’t feel worried simply because he is unable to conjure this emotion into existence. Asimov subtly shows to his readers that robots simply do not have the ability or capacity to feel emotions, although he does not explain the reasoning in great detail. However, I believe that even with a robot’s superb ability to analyze and gather information and store this data, they are incapable of deciding which information is the most relevant and important when asked questions involving emotions. A robot cannot deduce why someone might feel distraught or elated. In this short story it is obvious that robots do not have a consciousness and I believe it is because they have no desire to complete a task, they just do their job simply because that is what they are told to do.
Raelism is believed to have been started by alien scientists who came to Earth and created life here. This religion is considered to be an atheistic religion because it does not promote the idea of supernatural gods. Instead, Raelism states that all the “Gods” of the other religions in the world (Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism) are just the prophets of Raelism that were sent to teach people about the creators of the world. The scientists who created the world are called Elohim, “those who came from the sky”. The beginning of the Earth
However, in taking revenge, the creature ensures that he will never be accepted by society. Furthermore, revenge does not only consume the creature, it consumes Victor as well. While the creature is not considered a “monster” at first, the desire for revenge transforms him and Victor into true monsters who have no aspirations beyond destroying each other (“Frankenstein Themes: Revenge”). As stated previously, Victor ultimately finds himself dead because of his unavoidable loathing of the creature. Additionally, at the end of the novel, the creature implies that the flame motivated him to create havoc, but now that Victor is dead, he is slowly dying.