Jonathan Nolan: [Jonathan] Imagine you were
completely immersed in a fantasy
Jonathan Nolan: one in which you could do whatever
you wanted, consequence free.
Taylor Lautner: So it's alright if I
do this to your wife?
- [ screaming ]
- [Jonathan] If a simulation is
Jonathan Nolan: would you start discovering
things about yourself that you
didn't want to know?
We don't cotton to that palish
looking nonsense around these parts.
[female in voiceover]
You can actually go into a world
where you interact with
We didn't mean
to bother you.
[ babbling ]
Jonathan Nolan: [Jonathan] The robots or as we
call them in the series the hosts
Jonathan Nolan: none of them understand that
they're simply there for the amusement
Jonathan Nolan: of the 21st Century guests.
Folks come from all
over just to take a look.
J.J. Abrams: [J.J. Abrams] They've sort've
taken the great what if of
J.J. Abrams: what if there was
a place like this.
J.J. Abrams: And then what if
the hosts began to crack.
Lisa Joy: What are the responsibilities
when you create a new technology?
James Marsden: [James] It's a moral dilemma
with humans playing God in the
future of artificial intelligence.
- Hell naw.
- If you make something
Jonathan Nolan: ever more lifelike and
they're sufficiently able to
mimic human emotion,
Jonathan Nolan: at what point does
it become alive?
J.J. Abrams: This show, I think,
grapples with the question of,
J.J. Abrams: "Are you a pawn in
some insidious game?"
[female] We have forces
colliding here that have far
Evan Rachel Wood: [Evan] What we're tackling is
what really makes us human,
Evan Rachel Wood: and at the end of the day
who will have more humanity,
the robots or human beings.
Rob Schneider: Nice one Merle.
Lavell Crawford: I ain't sign up
for this [bleep].