Most of so-called Artificial Intelligences in Sci-Fi movies, in my opinion, are too advanced, too much human. They are just a kind of human with mechanical body.

As of 2018, "realistic" artificial intelligence is: something similar to human but its behavior and decision process is totally different from humanity. Are there any movies which describe such weird difference? I think "2001 a space odyssey" is the one, anything else?

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    Even if it's not a recommendation question (which it is), it's both too broad and opiniion based (who defines realistic?)
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    May 3 '18 at 13:23
  • What do you mean by "something similar to human" if its behaviour and decision process is totally different from humanity?
    – colmde
    May 3 '18 at 13:51


You probably don't notice because you're looking out for C3PO or HAL.

But most AIs that are around IRL are integrated part of a computer systems... e.g. facial recognition, speech recognition, self-driving cars, aeroplane autopilot systems, NPCs in computer games, OCR, etc.

So whenever one of these things appears in a movie, you're seeing a realistic A.I.

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