‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ Inspires Exclaim!’s Eight Favourite Songs About Space

By Exclaim! Staff Published Aug 22, 2016 Photo by Aidan Monagahan   When it comes to the human race’s technological advances, the subject of robotics and artificial intelligence rarely fails to create riveting fiction, whether the humanoid machines are helping maintain society or blowing it up. A forthcoming addition to the popular canon of films that pit mankind versus machine, Luke Scott’s Morgan follows a team’s as they make the decision whether or not to end the life of an artificial human created in a laboratory — one that is growing increasingly violent. Like filmmakers, musicians have long been inspired by the advent and uncertain future of artificial intelligence for decades; from Black Sabbath’s crushing “Iron Man” to Styx’s dystopic “Mr. Roboto” to Dan Mangan’s tuneful “Robots.” Before Morgan arrives in theatres on…


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