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    Spielberg Themes

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    drowns their real-life son, Martin. Soon after, David’s mother abandons him in the middle of nowhere. David has spent his time trying to look for the Blue Fairy, for his hope to become a real son to his mom, and that she will love him back. In A.I Intelligence, it provides the audience of the theme how Spielberg’s films are about the character’s emotion (Friedman, 2006, pg.2). David shows emotion when he tries to get the Blue Fairy to make him a real boy, and when he cries to his mother. These examples

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    Brave New World

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    Pinocchio to Steven Spielberg's A. I.: Artificial Intelligence. Despite the surface similarities between these tales of a wooden boy on the one hand and a robot boy on the other, both of whom hope to become real, and despite Mr. Spielberg's quite conscious attempt to implicate Pinocchio in his film, it is really the differences between the two that are instructive. Pinocchio is a story of the moral education of boy, an education which when completed makes him human. A.I. is the story of the emotional

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    A.I. - Complex and Rich

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    A.I. the Movie - Complex and Rich The pastime of viewing films has enraptured me for all of my memorable life. No director has provoked my attention and incisively touched me at the most extreme and deep levels as Stanley Kubrick. To call Kubrick my favorite filmmaker would be an understatement. In 1994 Stanley Kubrick called up his longtime friend Steven Spielberg and asked him to come over to his home, just outside London, as he had something important to discuss with him. Spielberg flew out

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    technology. The two movies were selected to compare the main character’s struggle from different perspectives. The first movie is Gattaca, a 1997 American science fiction film written and directed by Andrew Nicole*. The second movie is A. I. Artificial Intelligence, a 2001 American science fiction drama film directed by Steven Spielberg*. In the movie Gattaca, DNA plays a significant role in determining the social class. When a child is born, the biometric analysis instantly identifies those conceived

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    rejecting the concept of an imaginative plateau; the largest topic discussed is Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). When this technological singularity is reached, it is hypothesized that man’s greatest creation, an artificial sapient being, will supersede human brain capacity. According to some, this event will lead to the extermination of mankind as humans are deemed obsolete. Yet others are projecting a mergence between A.I. and Humanity, a gradual conversion of man and machine. Will the projected

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    unsuccessfully be able to solve. Artificial Intelligence is the correct pathway to take, if you are considering to use it on mundane tasks. It would definitely make everybody's life easier. You don't have to use your brain as much, like you used it at school. The intelligence of AI will absolutely help the society to evolve, and to also make it so much stronger than it already is. It would provide a faster way to solve problems that humans can't solve. Artificial Intelligence may be really helpful, but

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    Artificial intelligence is beginning to grow larger and larger in modern society; this will drastically change our world as artificial intelligence will grow smarter than us and realize it does not need to help humans anymore. As our society begins to expand technology will advance greatly evolve possibly leading to problems later on in the future. Often in shows and movies artificial intelligence is considered as a cliche, basically a form of artificial intelligence wipes out the world. However

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    Artificial intelligence is slowly being applied to the wide field of robotics. Anyone interested in intelligent robotics can look into programming in robotics and learning how A.I. is applied. Programming artificial intelligence into robots is no different than on a computer except for the variable of motion and environment. There are starter kits and current A.I. robotic research to look into if one is interested in getting involved. This section will cover the basics in getting started on figuring

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    progress of Artificial Intelligence is moving at a rapid pace in the world of technology. Artificial Intelligence has altered the daily lives of many people by making information far easier to access. Applications like Smart cars, financial banking, smart phones, and movie recommendations are just some of the things wired to an Artificial Intelligence network. Even though countless Americans have benefited from this innovation, many experts approach the swift development of Artificial Intelligence with

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    Concerns on Artificial Intelligence

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    Concerns on Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is still an infant compared to other technologies. It brings about great promises for our future and some even predict that its importance will rival that of the printing press. (Boden) By human nature, many tried to play God: People of all generation and all over the world dreamt of creating a being that is capable of carrying out human actions. A few decades ago, many regarded cloning as ludicrous and simply ignored it. However

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