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GONZALEZ VIDAL, Juan Carlos  e  MORALES CAMPOS, Arturo. Intertextuality in Artificial Intelligence, of Steven Spielberg. Tóp. Sem [online]. 2017, n.38, pp.171-187. ISSN 2594-0619.

All text is formed by transcription and deconstruction of fragments from other texts-source, sayings, historical events, ideologies, even textual elements whose code is different from text-receiver. This phenomenon, in general, is known as intertextuality, which, at the same time, operates as an interpretant that provides keys of interpretation on specific aspects of the text-receiver.

The film Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg, 2001) shows a text-source that predominates over all diegesis; this is the novel The Adventures of Pinocchio (1883), by Carlo Lorenzini “Collodi”. Using semiotic tools, it is possible to display part of the function of the intertext in the film: a binary position that confronts human to non-human.

Palavras-chave : interpretant; text; intertext.

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