I Robot and Fahrenheit 451
Displaying similar styles of the book Fahrenheit 451, the motion picture I, Robotic supports the themes of: Independent believed and intellectual liberty, and the control of technology. The themes are presented since I, Robotic and Fahrenheit 451’s settings belong and embeded in a similar period. In the film, a special robot, called bright, has the ability to behave in a different way, unlike other robots, Sunny consists of the capability to think and reason on his own terms.
In addition an expert system, called VIKI, is able to progress and determine its own choices. This supports the theme of independent idea and intellectual flexibility due to the fact that Sunny and VIKI have the ability to believe autonomously and affect their civilization. Their ability of intellectual flexibility and independent thought yield changes to society such as the characters of Fahrenheit 451: Clarisse, Faber, Beaty, and Montag.
VIKI is cunningly efficient in rotating the ideas of other robots in her control as when Faber and Clarisse influence Montag to believe separately. All of the characters capability to believe separately assists them comprehend thoughts without restriction and comprehend more. In I, Robotic the society has grown depending on the robots, whose duty is to serve and safeguard human beings. Accompanying Fahrenheit 451, the rapid advance of innovation triggers equipment to be able to control human beings and compels individuals to be more vulnerable to innovation.
In the book, the “Hound” is the robotic pet who seems to be more of an authority over the firefighters than something that assists them, spying and eliminating those who understand the control and censorship of the government. Correlating with I, Robotic VIKI has the ability to advance by itself and make use of all the other robotics to control people. These outcomes come true due to the fact that humanity in both has depended too much on technology and have actually enabled it to takeover.