In an interview with Allison Williams about her SiriusXM series, Bevelations, host Bevy Smith articulated what makes “M3GAN” — short for Model 3 Generative Android — so scary. “She’s Siri, Alexa, self-driving cars,” Smith said. “Seeing ‘Terminator 2’ back in the ’90s was so far away. [‘M3GAN’] happening right now.”
“Is there anything I can tell you to make you feel better?” Allison told the talk show host. “When I interviewed all the people who work in AI and robotics and stuff before I started shooting the film, they read the script and I asked them, ‘What do you think?'” According to experts, AI technology doesn’t stand a chance. t escalated to killer doll levels, especially when it comes to movement. “[They said] The movement isn’t there yet,” Williams continued. “So, for her to speak and think spontaneously and move, all rolled into one, we’re not quite there yet.”
Another AI expert, data scientist Dr. Alain Briançon, assured the audience that robots are not designed to be spontaneously violent. “If someone wants to teach a doll to kill and turn it into a war machine, then yes, that can happen,” he told Insider. But the machine would not suddenly reverse course. Still, artificial intelligence is evolving at lightning speed, and Dr. Briançon predicts: “We are three or four years away from people being unable to distinguish [between a human and a robot].” This has confusing implications for humanity and, more importantly, for the sequels to M3GAN.