Fortunately, there is a more positive view of those trusting in robotics and humankind's positive potential. The collective imaginary also nourished positive stories, such as those of Isaac Asimov. He defined the famous "Three Laws of Robotics." First, a robot does not harm a human being. Second, a robot obeys a human being except where such orders would conflict with the first law. Third, a robot protects its existence as long as it does not conflict with the first or second laws. This robotics philosophy is present in many works of literature and film productions.
As excellent examples, there is also a right image for some robots fixed in the collective imagination of society worldwide, such as the robots in the movie "Wall-e" or the saga "Star Wars." Additionally, some real robots in medical technology create a world where robotics positively service society.