We have included 5 bad artificial intelligence characters selected from a large number of robotic intelligence that have been published to date, and in our writing, we observe how consistent the past estimates of artificial intelligence are.
We are pleased to write about and read about recent developments in artificial intelligence, but we know that artificial intelligence also has the potential to create some impressive bad characters in the film world. Along with being a very rich resource to choose from, we will briefly review five of the most frightening artificial intelligence characters we have chosen.
5. V.I.K.I. (I, ROBOT)
This film, a starring Will Smith in 2004, is based on solid information from Isaac Asimov’s source material. However, Asimov’s discoveries for 3 robotic laws in the film are made through the Virtual Interactive Kinetic Intelligence (V.I.K.I.), the film in central artificial intelligence tactic. Asimov’s three laws linking robots are as follows: Robots cannot harm human beings; They have to obey the orders given by mankind; they have to protect their own assets.
At the end of Film, we discover that V.I.K.I has violated these laws by inventing a so-called zero-order law. According to this law, robots are obliged to ensure that mankind survives. By zero law, they are able to do this by using free will to accomplish this.
4. WOPR / JOSHUA (WARGAMES)
The 80’s were the most impressive of computers. The 1983 Cold War science fiction story ‘WarGames‘ reflects this period perfectly. The film’s young hacker, played by Matthew Broderick, unwittingly provides access to a supercomputer designed to predict the possible consequences of the nuclear war of the American army. Broderick believes that this simulation is a game, dangerously coming to the brink of starting World War III.
3. SKYNET (TERMINATOR CONSTRUCTION)
Unlike other notable films on this list, Skynet, with its iconic status, appears very rarely visually in the film. Skynet, a neural network-based artificial intelligence, has become self-conscious after spreading to millions of computer networks around the world. Recognizing what they are doing, the system makers are trying to shut down Skynet, but they are not successful. Skynet, aiming to wipe out the human race, is taking a nuclear attack.
2. THE MACHINES (THE MATRIX )
For those living in the 70s, HAL was the same in Skynet for the 80s. And the Millennium is for the older people The Matrix.
‘Machines’, a comprehensive definition is given to different robotic and artificial intelligence constructions, were produced after General Human Intelligence, which man has accomplished in the first years of the twenty-first century. From this point on, the machines that react against mankind imprison us into a world that plays the neural-interaction known as the ‘Matrix‘.
1. HAL 9000 (2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY)
No other fictional artificial intelligence could reach the level of cultural influence provided by HAL 9000. Stanley Kubrick‘s 1968 science-fiction book, 2001: A Space Odyssey’s main enemy character, HAL’s iconic equipment, turns out to be a single camera in the shape of a red or yellow spot. HAL had the abilities of speech recognition, speech synthesis, face recognition, natural language practice, lip reading, expressing feelings, playing chess, rationalizing and most importantly killing his own team.