Controversial Relationship Between Theodore And Samantha In Spike Jonze's Film Her

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Remember the romantic, controversial relationship between Theodore and his AI operation system Samantha in Spike Jonze’s directed movie “Her”? Immersed in a climate of love and moving, we applaud as Theodore and Samantha crush into each other, shed tears when Samantha says to Theodore, “I’m not like you, and at the end, moan when Samantha leaves. Not unlike normal relationships at all, “Her” depicts a situation in which artificial intelligence is no longer artificial when they tend to love, think, and understand as people do. And more surprisingly, such revolution is in the corner.

According to what Kurzweil, one of the most phenomenal futurists of 21st centuries and a steadfast advocate of super intelligence, predicted that in
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It seems to me those who advocating singularity is actually playing up the omnipotent potential of human being; a behavior reminds me of “Playing God." Singularity does provide a seemingly dazzling and infinite future of human being, but the truth is that human knows it better than any other creature that nature state of life is struggling due to limited amounts of power. For example, the reason why people love SiFi is that they have something to anticipate and it is such an expectation that further stimulates them to believe in tomorrow and even fight for tomorrow. If singularity is achieved and people delegate all their futures to machines, then they at the same time lose the meaning of life. Religion is another instance that best demonstrates my point. People tend to believe God, Buddha, Shiva, not exactly because they do exist, but because we need some faith to rely on. In other words, it is these paramount and sublime attributions that give people a modest heart to revere. FDR’s famous saying that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself” seems to me a horrible and twisted interpretation of human being, in the sense that it not only blurs the boundary of the human 's limited amount of power, but also carries forward an idealism that puts human being into the center of the universe. And Kant’s famous saying in his book, “Critique of Practical Reason," that “Two things fill the mind with ever-increasing wonder and awe, the more often and the more intensely the mind of thought is drawn to them: the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.” should remind us that people should have something to

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