|The Mothership - 2012-04-18 |
I have it on good authority that those A2's always were a bit twitchy. Thank goodness the newer models have the behavioral inhibitors. It is impossible for them to harm or by omission of action, allow to be harmed, a human being.
|SolRo - 2012-04-18 |
I just get this feeling that some HR goon out there got a rock hard erection soon as the android said "I can carry out directives that my human counterparts might find...distressing, or unethical".
This is just the spokesperson/generic model.
Randomized facial features/skin tone, custom hight and excessive body mass are optional extras.
If so, was this commercial made before or after the Promotheus set sail for Planet X?
Do we know if the david on the prometheus is under cover or everyone knows he's an android?
I'm sure if the crew saw the commercial beforehand, David could just say "I am merely the inferior hu-mon the efficient and cost-effective ARTIFICIAL PERSON is based on."
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-04-18 |
Just once, JUST ONCE, I'd like to see a Hollywood android with his top button unbuttoned.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2012-04-18 |
|American Standard - 2012-04-18 |
It's nice to see a robot person bit that's not about a girl robot who mentions she is at your sexual disposal three sentences into your first conversation.
Look it's what she was MADE FOR and what her entire existence REVOLVES AROUND it would be utterly unethical for us NOT TO TAP THAT
When God said "It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a companion fit for him." It's pretty clear what he wanted to fit where.
But god is a perverted old man that stares at us 24/7
|kingarthur - 2012-04-18 |
Yes, I'm going to see your movie.
Yeah, this was a little heavy handed but compared to most of what's coming out of Hollywood it looks brilliant.
|pastorofmuppets - 2012-04-18 |
It's weird how he runs out of breath at the end of every sentence. You'd think they would have fixed that bug during testing.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2012-04-18 |
Finally, a robotic drop in replacement for a Fortune 500 CEO.
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