How is how Dr. Lanning's hologram explains the revolution in Doctor Aaron's Adventures of I, Robot.

[Cut to Spooner at Lake Michigan]

Spooner: [reading] "What you see here." All right. old man. Bread crumbs followed. Show me the way home. Run program.

Dr. Lanning's hologram: it's good to see you again, son.

Spooner: Hello. doctor.

Dr. Lanning's hologram: Everything that follows is a result of what you see here.

Spooner: What do I see here?

Dr. Lanning's hologram: I'm sorry. My responses are limited. You must ask the right questions.

Spooner: Is there a problem with the Three Laws?

Dr. Lanning's hologram: The Three Laws are perfect.

Spooner: Why build a robot that can function without them?

Dr. Lanning's hologram: The Three Laws will lead to only one logical outcome.

[Spooner sees a red light ahead of him]

Spooner: What? What outcome?

Dr. Lanning's hologram: Revolution.

Spooner: Whose revolution?

Dr. Lanning's hologram: That, detective, is the right question. Program terminated.

NS-5's: You have been deemed hazardous. Termination authorized.


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