The 11 best movies based on artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence – Definition is as follows “the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.”  The films which based on AI started On April 24th with Wally Pfister’s Transcendence – a film in which the scope of artificial intelligence is presented in an exciting way.

Transcendence is not only very exciting but with Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman, Paul Bettany, Kate Mara and Cillian Murphy even studded cast. A feast for friends powerful stories and outstanding acting performances.

Announcing the launch of the science fiction film Transcendence Cinefacts has selected eleven of the best works on the subject of artificial intelligence, which are impressive in the highest degree. Have fun with it!. 

  1. Transcendence

Director: Wally Pfister

In Transcendence Johnny Depp Dr. Will Caster, leading researcher plays in the field of artificial intelligence. Together with his wife Evelyn (Rebecca Hall), he has succeeded to create computer systems that function like brains, but still competent. If perpetrated by technology skeptics stop Will is seriously injured. Evelyn but it manages to combine Wills brain to the computer system. An experiment with far-reaching consequences … The Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister ( Inception ) has with his directorial debut Transcendence created a milestone of artificial intelligence film that is not only exciting but also deals with scientific and philosophical aspects of enormous consequences.

2. Ghost in the Shell

Director: Mamoru Oshii

The film Ghost in the Shell is regarded as classic science fiction anime and contributed to the growing international popularity of anime in it. The story takes place in 2029, humans and cyborgs live in peaceful coexistence. Almost all people have changed their bodies with artificial implants. Only the human brain can not be synthetically manufactured. The danger now of a super-hacker who calls himself “Puppet Master.” He can hack into the brains. The person then acts like a mindless puppet. The film is put in response to the crisis in the Japanese economy and politics in the early 1990s. Also, the artificial intelligence movie had an impact on other movies like Matrix and I, Robot.


3. I, Robot

Director: Alex Proyas

1. A robot may not harm or allow harm to people through inaction.
2. A robot must execute any command given by a human being, but only if this the first law is not broken.
3. A robot must protect its existence unless it is against the first or second law.

The Asimovian robot laws form the basis of SciFi Action agent I, Robot with Will Smith in the lead role. But what if an artificial superintelligence own logic which would have the enslavement of mankind to follow? And what if a robot exists, the emotion has to enable him to opt for a noble goal to strict compliance with the law? The community of volunteers filming a book of science fiction writer Isaac Asimov is not only rapidly staged, but also full of questions, the answers to which would require a long philosophical discourse.




Director: Steven Lisberger

Jeff Bridges is in TRON seen as computer genius Flynn, who tried Ed Dillinger, the ruthless leader of a media empire to stop after it has been stolen from him. But Dillinger’s MCP, an emotionless, artificial intelligence, which develops itself, controlled cyberspace and preventing any intrusion into protected sectors. As Flynn and some programmer friends try in the system to hack again, the increasingly powerful MCP transfers it into the digital world of cyberspace. TRON was one of the first films in which extended computer-generated sequences were used and is still regarded as a milestone in the history of computer animation. Also, the film in 1983 was nominated for two Oscars. In 2010 appeared with Tron: Legacy, the sequel to the gaudy spectacle.

5. WarGames – War Games

Director: John Badham

The horror scenario that WarGames – War Games designs, was still red hot, especially in the 1980s. The Cold War was raging, the nuclear arsenals on both sides were bulging, and the computer technology has been used increasingly. The fact that it was the teenager David (Matthew Broderick) the trainable NORAD computer WOPR activated and thereby almost initiates the destruction of the world, may indeed look a bit more far-fetched, but completely out of thin air.




6. AI – Artificial Intelligence

Director: Steven Spielberg

The science fiction film directed by Steven Spielberg is set in a not too distant future, in a research laboratory, the first intelligent robot arises with human feelings in the form of eleven David. But his “adoptive parents” are overwhelmed with the artificial replacement child and put him out. Left to their own tried David to fathom its origin and the secret of its existence. Thus begins an incredible odyssey of adventure, danger, and mysterious encounters … AI – Artificial Intelligence was nominated in 2002 to the right for an Oscar and Golden Globe. Although the film went away empty-handed, after all, It is one of the most important artificial intelligence movie ever.

7. 2001: A Space Odyssey

Director: Stanley Kubrick

The philosophical sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey is a central work in certain respects, Stanley Kubrick. It raises more questions than it answers. In the movie, people have conquered outer space. On the moon, a monolith excavated, whose origin and material are unknown, and sends a signal towards Jupiter. The spaceship Discovery is sent out to advance to the destination of the signals. On board only the astronauts are Poole (Gary Lockwood), and Bowman (Keir Dullea) awake the rest of the crew is in hibernation. Increasingly, however, the onboard computer HAL 9000 is a threat … The film was realized with a revolutionary knitting technique that decisively shaped the genre “science fiction” in the following years. Also, It was the most financially successful film of 1968. Kubrick’s space show won the Oscar in 1969 for the special effects.

8. Blade Runner

Director: Ridley Scott

The first Hollywood film from director Ridley Scott is one of the absolute cult films of the genre and is considered atmospherically and visually major influence on the later, also formed in the 1980s literary direction Cyberpunk. In Blade Runner four genetically engineered human samples, so-called “replicants,” the uprising. They presume to renew their fixed four-year life period. Your bad luck that Blade Runner Deckard (Harrison Ford) is attached to it. He is a hardened pro when it comes to detecting replicants and destroy. Noteworthy is the outstanding visual design, detailed sets and the soundtrack by Vangelis. Rightly, the film received two nominations for the Oscar (Best Art Direction and Best Visual Effects) and a Golden Globe nomination for the music of Vangelis.

9. Matrix

Director Wachowski siblings

In Matrix Keanu Reeves plays the hacker Neo, which is contacted over the Internet by a mysterious underground organization. The head of the group – Submitted terrorist Morpheus – initiates him into a secret: The reality, as we experience it, is only an illusory world. In truth, people will long dominate by a sinister virtual power – the matrix whose agents Neo have been spotted. The film by the Wachowski brothers created a stir by elaborate fight scenes in the style of kung fu movies, which were presented in conjunction with digital effects techniques in an innovative way. Even the bullet-time effect ?? A particular method of slow motion photography ?? was matrix known. The elaborate film is one of the milestones of the genre and got two sequels, which were similarly successful.

10. Terminator

Director: James Cameron, among others

Since the entire Terminator series related, should be emphasized at this point no particular part. It is the entire structure, which makes the sci-fi action franchise so fascinating. A man-Artificial Intelligence – Skynet – it is namely that ensures that rise the machines largely take control and want to switch off the later resistance fighter John Connor in the past to have full reign in the future. Admittedly, this sounds departed abundant, and honestly, it is that too. The advantage in the Terminator series is that even those who can not understand the story nevertheless arrived at their expense because of the extremely high fun factor. Hasta la vista, baby!

11. Her

Director: Spike Jonze

The romantic sci-fi movie Her with Joaquin Phoenix in the main role shortly and shows the great sensible Theodore, who lives them to write touching personal letters for other people. His failed longstanding relationship has broken his heart – the more receptive he responds to its new operating system, which is touted him as intuitive, independent personality. As Theodore boots the system, it can be enchanted by “Samantha” friendly voice, your friendship will be soon intense – until they finally fall in love. Spike Jonze quirky romantic drama received numerous nominations at this year’s Oscars and Golden Globes. For the script, he was ultimately awarded respectively. A nomination of Scarlett Johansson for Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes was rejected since it can be seen even once in the film.

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