It seems like the morality of Artifical Intelligence has been showing up quite a few times in recent video games, just finished pic related and goddamn. Between this and Fallout 4's synths, the future's lookin pretty spoop
The future might also be pretty sweet, though.
>he thinks the future is going to be good, let alone utopian in even the slightest
Not in this reality, anon. We took the worst of both Huxley and Orwell's visions of the future and made it into a reality.
It'll all be doubleplusgood though, take some soma, go sit on the couch, and feelies and chill.
>he thinks Asrto Boy takes place in a utopian future
>he doesn't know that Astro Boy is all about robots being treated as sub-human slaves and constant conflict between humans and AI
The whole point of Astro Boy is that no matter how bad things get, you never give up fighting for the future that you want. You don't settle for Huxley and Orwell. You work for your utopia.
She didn't believe in that continuity bullshit and thought that it wouldn't be necessary because she underestimated his retardation and thought that this time he really was on board with the plan and would be happy about the result instead of bitching about how computers aren't magic.
They are effectively immortal, because they are now just bits on a hard drive connected to some solar panels. As long as the solar panels collect energy and the hard drive isn't hit by space debris, everyone in the ark will live until the hard drive wears out. Humanity is extinct, there are no actual living humans left, just some computer programs that feel like they are alive.