The 1964 movie “Dr. Strangelove” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Strangelove) was a dark political satire about nuclear weapons. The USSR devised a system that would automatically retaliate if the U.S. were to strike first, but a crazy U.S. general launches a first nuclear strike through a B-52 bomber, and there was no way for the leaders of the U.S. and USSR to prevent an all-out nuclear war.
Since then, both nations have moved ahead with dangerous technologies that would mimic this wacky movie. Daniel Ellsberg’s 2017 book The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner said “Dr. Strangelove was not fiction; it was a documentary. (If you would like to watch a DVD of this movie at my house, contact me.
Now here is the strangest update yet. See the article titled “Strangelove Redux: US Experts Propose Having Artificial Intelligence (AI) Control Nuclear Weapons” at this link: https://www.globalresearch.ca/strangelove-redux-us-experts-propose-having-artificial-intelligence-ai-control-nuclear-weapons/5688448