Here are the scenarios that you need.
These are based in myth, however centered in reality.
HAL 9000 from 2001; why system went into failure?
The HAL 9000 was socially based a'part from the mission in that systems said social set.
The HAL threw a social fit, which was a full blown psychotic episode, due to feeling socially, as a nonpart of the crew.
Screamers, movies one and two.
What had evolved out of Screamers, were synthetic people, who were the highest developed humanlike robots, that there were.
In the first Screamers, a human and synthobot had relations.The reason these relations had evolved, was due to the fact, that these synthobots, were illprogrammed, to obey humans.
In the second of the Screamers series< the Neb alliance and another faction, have it out by all out war.
There is a device known as a screamer, which is a killer grade of robot that attacks certain opposing forces, however under control.
The robots go rouge and start to replicate humans.
In the end, it is the robots against all humans, as the humans are termed as a degradable species.
In this movie, the star of the film makes love to a robot, or screamer, however he allies one of them to his cause, which saves his life.
The moral of the story, is that androbots are capable of self indepentdet thought.
I-Robr, when I saw the ads for this movie, I thought it was a movie based add, for a real product.
The prototypes that they used, were base both in bottery, as well as some forms of nanotechnollgies.
The problem with how the situation was set up in I-Robot, is that a central brain would control all thought through a collective, without a series of failsafe controls.
I_Robot was a very good movie, as this series, extolled the factor that robots, are sometimes plain scared.\\
What one has to understand about robots, is that they can be fashion ioned andromorphically, however their psychological profiles, are very similar to that of communitive insets.
This to them might be a style, however to us something to fear?
One has to realize that in some ways, robots will natural come to humans.
In this respect, a bond is formed, due to the fact, of a companion based symbiotic relationship.
The downside of a abusing robots, of any kind, is that at times they talk, discuss facts as a collective.
I don't not approve of robot jousting, to the point where one or the other robot is or has been damaged.
I feel that this act is wholly immoral.
>I do not approve of robots, or androids as sex partners for mankind, as there is too much a of a dissimilarity between bots ion the libedic realm, to where they cannot readily factor out deeper human emotions.
The insect peril for the bots, conflict with the human primates tendency to wallow in their emotions.
In seome respects, Androids and robots, would be much neater, in how the approach the equation of emotion, as this factor relates to attachments.
*The movie A.I. by Steven Spielberg, explores android bots, as sex servants.The problem here, is that these bots do not factor their synaptic realms,. of social conflicts, and possibly could succumb to a psychotic episode.
Bots may copy certain aspects of their sociology from mankind, even their sexuality?Know that once this process imbues this sexuality then in time this is the robot's own.Not mans.
The one problem this society has, is that it does not have certain access to academic suggested readings, that break away from the status quoe.
Due to this shortcoming in what is enforced in academia,. there is lack of application as how bots in other proposed areas, would intertreact with their humanoid, or other being counterpart companions or matters.
This shortcoming is not my fault.However only an earmark, of a cripted academic muse, that knows little or no lateral ability in its thinking.