Forever crying over robots.
This created my personal headcanon that Steve is awkward as fuck with babies and holding one makes him ridiculously uncomfortable. it’s like, “It’s so tiny what do I do with it? Don’t crush it, don’t crush it, don’t crush. Oh God, it’s crying, what did I do? I must’ve done something. I broke it. My patriotism does nothing. Do I sing to it? Do I recite the Bill of Rights? I don’t even think I know the entire Bill of Rights. Wow, today is horrible.”
"Wait. I thought women were ‘chicks’ in this instance. Now they’re ‘birds?’ Why are women avians? Does this have anything to do with the ‘birds and the bees,’ because I’ve never understood that analogy. Am I supposed to be the bee? How do two non-compatible animals even have sex? Wait! Where are you going? I still have questions!"
George Mason University neuroscience researcher Todd Gillette got a preview of the forthcoming movie Autómata. It “caught me completely by surprise,” he said on his OnMason blog. “Starring Antonio Banderas, here we have a believable future (2044, 30 years from now) in which desertification is threatening society, and a single company is leading the way in intelligent robotics.” (via Autómata: a believable robot future | KurzweilAI)
I want to see this.