What’s scarier than an artificial intelligence that predicts the nation’s every move? A conscious rogue. Over the years, dozens of shows and movies have been made about the end of humanity at the hands of AI. This is not the current reality, but it seems plausible in many cases.
Of course, a well-made movie can make people believe that anything is possible. Many works of sentient AI simply reflect the fact that humans are too dependent on technology. Times have never been better when it comes to technological advancement, but predicting that artificial intelligence can turn its back on humans is an age-old tale often portrayed in each of the movies on this list.
A novel and terrifying story in which a murder doll comes to life. M3GAN is set to premiere in theaters in January. This is a good start to his year, as horror movies seem to be getting a quality revival. M3GAN Co-written and produced by James Wanand it stars a modern-day scream queen Allison Williams (Get out, Perfect).
M3GAN is an AI doll created as a girl’s companion and protector. But her programming takes it literally and eliminates anything that puts the girl in danger. It’s an interesting story.
“Ex Machina” (2014)
No one can successfully convey the discomfort of technological progress Alex Garlandhe did it Developerbut before that show, he did it Ex Machina. Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Mizuno SonoyaWhen Alicia Vikander The star of this tense, dark feature that is arguably a modern cult classic.
Ex Machina It tells the story of a young programmer, Caleb, who is chosen to spend time in a reclusive scientist’s house (Isaac) to test the humanoid Ava (Vicander). Caleb discusses various topics with her Ava and gets to know her and her intentions better. The secluded and beautiful house where they spend their time sets the tone for the film. It’s a futuristic space with cutting-edge technology buried deep in nature, and Garland’s ideas to combine the two always amaze me.
Maika Monroe I have slowly built my career as a scream queen. tau Just one of her films that confirms that title.The story of a scientist played by Tau Ed Skrein, creates a futuristic smart home named Tau that can execute any form of command. Monroe plays Julia, who is kidnapped by a scientist and forced to survive the circumstances of her home.
Julia was expected to help scientists perfect and perfect their experiments, but Tau has other ideas. and usually violent). This exciting sci-fi thriller with horror elements is stressful, exciting and full of action sequences.
alienA classic of cinema and science fiction, was one of the original Rogue AI horror stories.However, most fans of the genre have likely already seen this legendary Ridley Scott Feature, know what the story is about, star in Sigourney Weaveris all about.
For those who haven’t seen the movie, a crew of astronauts aboard a commercial spacecraft are awakened by communications from space. When they go to investigate, they come across what appears to be an alien life form. Not to spoil this, but the evil robot is a big plot twist. The movie is still one of his favorite movies, and there’s even a fantastically drawn (and rogue) AI in the latest sequel. Alien: Covenant.
“2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968)
Another early portrayal of evil AI comes from none other than Stanley Kubrick. his 2001: A Space Odyssey It was recently voted as the greatest film of all time by various directors in sight and sound polls. This choice was not surprising – Odyssey A visual masterpiece with a story that was definitely ahead of its time.
Astronauts travel to investigate man-made objects on a ship equipped with the supercomputer HAL 9000. HAL has a human personality and, like most men, a knack for survival. In addition to having a compelling and somewhat frightening story, the film is an invitation to enjoy cinema at its purest.
“I, Robot” (2004)
i robot is one of the most famous modern action movies about the potential of robots to go rogue and develop consciousness. However, the story is not all that new. Written by a novelist who is one of the fathers of science fiction stories. Isaac Asimov. The tale of i robot Derived from Asimov robot story collection.
Will Smith Starring as a technophobic detective investigating a murder case. He suspects it was committed by a robot, but it is impossible for everyone but him, as society’s robots are programmed to do no harm. What is important is that robots have secrets, including well-developed consciousness.
“Blade Runner” (1982)
The original event blade runner In 2019, the main character Deckard (Harrison Ford) lives in a far more dystopian future than we know it today. Interestingly, this is his second Ridley Scott feature on the list. Scott was at the helm of some of the most beloved and underrated feature films.
For those who have never seen blade runner, the year is 2019 and Deckard is a “Blade Runner” and an officer in charge of eliminating rogue robots called “Replicants”. He must now find his four rogue replicants who are wreaking havoc all over Los Angeles and committing various crimes. No spoilers as the rogue AI is obvious and the reason for the conspiracy. blade runner was based on Philip K. DickStory: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
“Colossus: Project Forbin” (1970)
It’s always possible for a supercomputer to be the bad guy. Even in 1970, this trope was explored and often imagined. Colossus: Project Forbin was based on DF Jones A novel simply titled “The Colossus”. The premise is simple. The US government does so because it believes it can program the supercomputer Colossus to keep the country’s nuclear code safe.
However, after extensive scanning, Colossus discovers Guardian, a supercomputer similar to it, but operated by the Soviet Union. Claiming a connection with the Guardians, it manipulates and plots unimaginable plans for humanity. This is his clever and thought-provoking sci-fi feature that every fan of the genre should see.
upgrade It may not fall entirely into the Rogue AI category, but it shows what artificial intelligence can do. This is an underrated modern sci-fi classic. Logan Marshall-Green He plays Gray, a technophobe whose wife works for a well-known tech company. He asks her to help return her self-driving car one day, but her car breaks down and they have an accident.
Gray’s wife dies and he becomes a quadriplegic. While caring for his mother, he receives once-in-a-lifetime offers – such as acquiring an experimental high-tech chip implant that can restore his bodily functions. As a fusion, it becomes controlled by an AI chip in your head. Spoilers are based on revenge, but the story is original and very funny.
The most likely story when rogue AI is mentioned is none other than WestworldAlthough the HBO series is famous (and canceled after four seasons), fans may not realize it’s based on the feature film of the same name. Westworld is an amusement park called Delos, featuring robots set in the Wild West, Ancient Rome, and the Middle Ages.
Delos is like an amusement park for the wealthy, as people can visit and put their imaginations and ideas into action.movie star Yul Brynner As a robot gunslinger, James Brolin As a human visitor pursued by the Gunslinger. Despite some flaws Westworld A highly influential sci-fi thriller that is visually stunning.
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