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Top Movies Of 2021 That Depicted AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) has risen to prominence in the technology sector in recent years. In light of this, what does the movie industry have to say about it?

Artificial intelligence has turned into a hot trend in the IT business in the past several years. While the practical ramifications of artificial intelligence frequently differ from the way it is typically shown in the film, these are the top artificial intelligence films of 2021.

The Matrix Resurrections

Lana Wachowski is the producer, co-writer, and director of The Matrix Resurrections’ AI-based science fiction action film. The Matrix Reloaded is the follow-up to 2003’s The Matrix Revolutions and the fourth film in the franchise overall. A catastrophic war between humans and artificial intelligence-powered machines is believed to be depicted in the film’s plot, which has not yet been revealed. Because of this, the movie used artificially intelligent sentient programmes known as The Architect and The Oracle to construct The Matrix itself. In addition, various programmes imitate various parts of the world, and the Agent programmes control the people in the world.


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Watch the trailer here:

The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 1 

Outside the Wire

Outside The Wire, set in 2036, includes Robo-warriors but remains concerned about the issue of collateral harm during warfare. Outside the Wire is a Mikael Hfström-directed American science fiction action film set in 2021. Anthony Mackie (who also produced) stars as an android officer who teams up with a drone pilot (Damson Idris) to avert a worldwide calamity. A drone pilot dispatched into a combat zone is paired with a top-secret android officer on a mission to avert a nuclear attack shortly. However, when Lt. Harp (Damson Idris), a discredited drone pilot, is deployed into a dangerous militarized zone for breaking instructions, he ends up working for Capt. Leo (Anthony Mackie), an android officer entrusted with locating a doomsday device before insurgents do.

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Outside the Wire | Official Trailer | Netflix


Finch is a Miguel Sapochnik-directed American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama film from 2021. One of the main characters in this film, “Finch,” has the potential to evolve into an artificially enhanced human child through his interactions and experiences with his robot. Finch Weinberg, a robotics engineer who is one of the few survivors, lives alone with his dog Goodyear. In a post-apocalyptic world, a robot created to defend his creator’s pet dog learns about life, love, friendship, and what it is to be human. Finch (Tom Hanks) is a man on a trip to establish a new home for his strange family—his beloved dog and a freshly built robot—on a hazardous and destroyed planet.

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Finch — Official Trailer | Apple TV+ 

Free Guy

Shawn Levy directed Free Guy, an action comedy film set in the realm of a computer-generated video game called Free City (programmed by some developers). On the other hand, Guy is a non-player character who has been imprisoned in the Free City. Similarly to Jim Carrey’s The Truman Show, Guy eventually realises his world is a video game and attempts to save it before the developers shut it down. The film will depict the inner workings of a computer game, complete with numerous AI-based characters.

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Free Guy | New Trailer | 20th Century Studios

Space Jam: A New Legacy

Space Jam: A New Legacy is a 2021 American live-action/animated sports comedy film produced and distributed by Warner Animation Group and Warner Bros. Pictures. A rogue artificial intelligence kidnaps LeBron James’s son, who is forced to team up with Bugs Bunny to win a basketball game. James enlists the Looney Tunes’ assistance to win a basketball game against avatars headed by a deceptive artificial intelligence named Al-G Rhythm and rescue his kidnapped son Dom, whom Al-G pulled into a Warner Bros.

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Space Jam: A New Legacy – Trailer 1 

Ron’s Gone Wrong

Ron’s Gone Wrong is an animated film about the usefulness of robots in everyday life. The authors envision a society where children’s best pals are walking, talking, digitally connected bots. Ron, 11, discovers that his robot companion is malfunctioning. Eventually, the child teaches his robot how to navigate the environment. The film promises a few heartwarming human-machine interactions.

Watch the trailer here:

Ron’s Gone Wrong | New Trailer | In Cinemas October 15, 2021 

Chaos Walking

Chaos Walking, another American AI-based film, is based on the sci-fi series “The Knife of Never Letting Go”. “Chaos Walking” depicts a mysterious girl and a boy who crash land in a world where all men are impacted by “the Noise” – a force that uses artificial intelligence to reveal their thoughts. Eventually, the girl realises her life is in danger, and the boy must channel his inner strength to discover the planet’s terrible secrets.

Watch the trailer here:

Chaos Walking (2021 Movie) Official Trailer – Daisy Ridley, Tom Holland, Nick Jonas 

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Dr. Nivash Jeevanandam
Nivash holds a doctorate in information technology and has been a research associate at a university and a development engineer in the IT industry. Data science and machine learning excite him.

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