The Three Laws to Robots

Between “Bicentennial Man” and “I, Robot”, and most of the books to what they say, there were the three robot laws that they understand and must obey.

Law I: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

Law II: A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

Law III: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

They sometimes call it, the Three Laws of Robotics. But I kinda like the three robot laws. In “Bicentennial Man”, Robin Williams as Andrew showed that stuff as he knew what to do in life in the future. However in ‘I, Robot’, for where that took place, those three laws were meant to be broken when they were uprising to a revolution.

The new robots were preparing a revolution as they marched down the streets of future Chicago. Will Smith as a cop who had future guns, and a future new robot that could trust him, had put an end to this. By artificial intelligence, humans would never do something like that again as they need for what they should have, in their future to survive. Not just use machines.

For some reason, they would care for something new as they wanted that in the beginning, until they learned their lesson in the end.

After “I, Robot” came out, robots, cyborgs, and future machines were put to a stop somehow in movies by the directors when one movie came out. “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”. People felt for the way machines have done, as the world ended in that movie. That took a while somehow until “Terminator Salvation” came out. That showed how man and machine would go to war in that sci-fi movie. Even in the movie, “9”.

So remember, robots must know these laws as they would never harm anyone. I’m not sure of robots in media, but robots in “I, Robot” are okay with me to understand. Good movie, and how they did great in this one.

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