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Will Smith as Detective Del Spooner rages against the machines This film illustrates what the future may look like and how advanced technology in robotics could be a brutal mistake for mankind Its Chicago IL 2035 and robots are improving and being put into every home Underneath the helpful and useful aspect of robots there is danger for humans to start relying on technology and not being in control This paper will elucidate the sense of fear and distrust regarding machines and technology that the film exhibits for our future and how dreams roles safety and stability affect every aspect of life The symbolic content of this film revolves around many aspects As a whole it examines the way peoples views are towards change improvement control fear and prejudice Del Spooner a detective doesnt trust robots he doesnt like change and he likes being in control Susan Calvin a scientist for USR United States Robotics the leading company in robots trusts robots feels in control of them doesnt fear them and likes the improvements and change In these robots there are 3 laws hardwired into them 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 These laws are perfect but rules are made to be broken As the newer and better NS5 robots are made they replace the old NS4s Dr Alfred Lanning lead scientist and creator of the three laws said in one of his speeches One day theyll have secrets one day theyll have dreams and he was right He knew this and did the only thing he could do to try and stop
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