How is Data in star trek: countdown the comic prequel to the new movie?
how is he if he got destroyed it Star Trek – Nemesis. it clearly says Data and not B-4
If you remember the ending of Nemesis you will recall that B-4 began singing “blue skies,” and earlier in the movie Data did a memory transfer with B-4. I don’t exactly know how it happened, but the transfer of memories from Data to B-4 essentially brought Data back to life, sort of like how in Star Trek movies 2 and 3 Spock implants his katra into McCoy so that Spock can be brought back to life. Same principle only this time done between two nearly identical androids and the B-4 personality is lost.
What happens to Data in Star Trek?
I had to watch Star Trek in class today, it was the first time that I have ever watched it. It was the episode where the robot, Data is in a court hearing about being sent to some company where they would disassemble him to make more robots like him. Not sure what the episode was called but all I know was that the man from X-Men was in there (Xavier).
In the end of the episode, Data wins is case. What happens to him after this?
I saw this episode last month.. LOL. What a coincidence.
The whole point of the episode is to ask if Data (an android) is a life form and he ends up winning the case and is lawfully accepted as a life form
Picard (the guy from X-men) therefore proves Data has the same inalienable rights that humans have….. He can’t be forced to be experimented on because he is not the property of the military (Star Fleet).
The overall message of the show is to ask what makes someone a sentient being (a thinking living person). Just because Data is mechanical and biological does that make him any less of a person?
Is Data (from Star Trek) a person with right to self-determination or is he a thing to be bought and sold?
Data (Brent Spiner) is an android, an artificial intelligence in human form. He can grasp the meaning of friendship, of accomplishments, and of self.
Data is supposedly sentient and able to reason and feel and care and judge based on moral values and moral deliberations. The Star Trek episode referred to by others brought those features out. Many episodes of Star Trek raised philosophical issues and in that sense they were serious thought experiments in philosophy and science and religion. The Star Trek series explores our humanity and the universe of the human mind just as surely as we humans will, I hope, one day explore the vast physical universe if we as a species survive long enough to get off the planet w/o becoming extinct first because of our many faults.
I am and will always be a trekkie forever grateful to Gene Roddenberfy, his wife Majel, and all the people who have acted in and helped produce the original series and the sequels. It, more so than Star Wars ( and I loved the melodrama of the movies) is our true future and our highest calling. It is the mythology of humanity that looks to the future in the stars and our minds.
How much would it cost to build Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation?
I know money’s irrelevant in the future, but if we were to do it now, how much money would we need?
EBay $34390983098403983948301121212.2 dollars
What happened to DATA in Star Trek The Next Generation?
If he is an android he must be still going.
In Star Trek Nemesis, the latest film, Data was killed. In a selfless act he went to aid Picard on the Reman ship Scimitar in which a massive biological weapon was about to wipe everyone out. Data very conveniently had a transporter thingy built into his arm, he slapped it on Picard who then beamed back to safety. Data then sacrificed himself by destroying the weapon, which in turn destoyed the bad guys ship.
In a ridiculous twist earlier in the film the crew found a prototype android in the Data mould. Data downloaded himself into the droid (B4) in the hope the earlier model would stop being so antiquated and be more like him!!
So, Data is dead but to avoid all us Trekkies feeling all nihilistic, as you NEVER loose main characters in Trek unless they’re really lame, the writers went for this naff “but he isn’t properly dead” angle by having Data’s brain live on inside B4.
But roll on Star Trek the re-original!!!
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