TrooperTrashy (el 01/08/14 a las 3:37 pm)
Not to be perverted or anything but scientifically curious I must wonder,
why would an android be modest about being nude? Was it programmed to be
modest? It has emotions?
Damien Borden (el 25/08/14 a las 2:23 am)
That was very clever, making the heart visible. An android technically
wouldn't need a heart, at least not one that beats regularly. It's a play
on the viewer's emotions, a very clever one.
simon baxter (el 16/11/14 a las 9:32 pm)
and what is this about...?
laloalacran (el 13/11/14 a las 6:04 am)
....mmm no le preguntó si canta una canción RANCHERA de MÉXICO...
Sr.Don Filio (el 17/04/14 a las 5:30 pm)
this is exactly why they must stop trying to amke games and focus on making
movies, I mean I'd pay more to watch a movie made by them than to play a
game amde by them
ryder drew (el 26/10/14 a las 9:51 pm)
I whish this was the game david cage made imagine living differint
lifetimes as this robot meeting new characeters or a robot uprising or
mabye the robots start malfunctiong except for kara and its like a halocots
idk just some ideas for a tech demo that could have been a greqt game
instead we go
Snowdemoman (el 05/05/14 a las 10:10 pm)
What if the whole disassembling part is a test of the models psychological
behaviour? That in the face of termination, they experience strong emotion,
making the final step into sentient life, as a being that not only thinks
and evolves it's own personality, but embraces its mortality?
A completely life-like, robotic assistant.
Somebody ends up playing god, and subordinates, like the guy talking here,
have to mentally torture the robots, exclaiming that by thinking for
themselves, the robot must be flawed.
By accepting this flaw, but showing fear of their coming disassembly, the
robots would be just like humans: Flawed, and fearing death.
Dominooch (el 25/10/14 a las 6:45 am)
Looks very interesting I'll buy it so shut up and take my money XD
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james soh (el 17/10/14 a las 4:31 am)
This trailer shows how Androids would be because they are program by a
human, which is imperfect, and how real something can get when the
situation comes. AI is just for artificial intelligence, so putting
electrodes into a mouse's brain and making it turn left or right is also
considered as AI. Even a implant can have AI, so imagine a cybernetic
optical implant, it's like having the google glass implanted into the eye
so that the brain can access the internet