Anyone start watching this? It seems to have some potential.
I like sci-fi that gets philosophical, if done right. This looks like it could get into the nature of consciousness, identity, what sort of moral obligations humans would have to robots if we create them with sentience, etc.
What if conscious self-awareness only arises out of extreme stress or oppression?
BTW, what I mean by "if done right" is it still has to be a good story, have good characters and so on. "Done wrong" is like that scene in MATRIX 2 with the Architect rambling on and on.
Last Edit: Oct 16, 2016 19:57:45 GMT -5 by GRWelsh
Just finished episode 2, what kind of allegory is going on with these androids anyway? I think it might be how part 30.5 software isn't as good as the original no matter what you do unless risk is involved. A secret message for the D&D franchise here? Makes me wonder...