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But I don't know, or think, that's a "realistic" chink in the armor for an A.I. that is meant to learn.
OK. I understand what you're saying, that A.I. evolution could mean the gaining of emotion.
But what if isn't? There are plenty of examples in fiction, like Skynet in the Terminator films or the Matrix/machines from that trilogy, who don't.
Humans barely survived those onslaughts -- hell, the entire premise of the Terminator films was time travel to prevent us from being wiped out.
BubbaKanoosh says I'm being close-minded, but how? This story isn't revolutionary. It didn't invent the wheel. The self-aware robot decided to kill us all. We went back in time to stop that from happening.
I don't see where it's harder than that, or where anyone who has seen Terminator or Matrix, where human beings are hiding and barely surviving and fighting, looks at this story as some ridiculous concept with bizarre execution.
No one is complaining about the concept of the story. On the one hand, there is YOU insisting that this story concept is the ONLY possible story that can be told with Ultron anymore, and insisiting that is inevitable that this story be told, and people saying THAT is ridiculous, which is not the same thing.
On the other hand, you have people saying the concept is fine, but executed very poorly, which it is.
You're ranting against a straw man argument of your own construction, to which I will reply, Black Panther trips down a flight of stairs and dies.