Why is that, whenever a novel/film follows the 3 laws of Robotics, the Robots always end up going rogue?
Question by Joe Schulz: Why is that, whenever a novel/film follows the 3 laws of Robotics, the Robots always end up going rogue?
Are the 3 laws flawed, and therefore unable to be followed? Or is it merely because it makes for good story?
Star wars has robots and never mentions the 3 laws. And the Robots never go rogue, from what I know. As a counter-example.
Answer by No Real Help
They’re called plot complications, and without them, there wouldn’t be a story.
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