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Man vs Machine Since the yearly Fifties science fiction movies have depicted robots as very sophisticated machines built by humans to perform complex operations to work with humans in safe critical missions in hostile environments or more often to pilot and control spaceships in galactic travels At the same time however intelligent robots have also been depicted as dangerous machines capable of working against man through wicked plans In the Terminator the view of the future is even more catastrophic robots will become intelligent and self-aware and will take over the human race The dual implication often accredited to science fiction robots represents the clear look of desire and fear that man has towards his technology From one hand in fact man projects in a robot his wild desire of immortality holds in a powerful and indestructible artificial being which intellective sensory and motor capabilities are much more amplified than that of a normal man On the other hand however there is a fear that a too advanced technology can get out of control acting against man The Terminator saga is not just a collection of Terminator and T2 Instead the saga is one of a continuing storyline that in many ways has spanned all of mans existence Machines and technology have always presented temporary change and adversity for man to overcome A machine may simplify a process but take away the livelihood of a few From the days of horse drawn carriage drivers fearing being replaced by a key turned automobile to todays computer controlled manufacturing environments workers have always feared of being replaced by machine The strength of the Terminator movies is the singular humanoid T-800 Terminators one of which is played by Arnold Schwarzenegger Clothed in armor with the human bodys shape and form it presents itself as a new evolutionary form of life Strength easy coordination with other units and an absolute sense of
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