One of the most tired high tech ideas is the do "the future of" or "The future is here", it's right up there with our old adland joke "for all your roast beef needs", as we've seen robot future ideas since long before 1984. Setting that aside, the direction and interpretation of this idea is quite fun.
An intergalactic cocktail party, where high-functioning robots are mingling with humans. They do human-like things, like forget the name of the husband, dance poorly, get bored, and laugh at the wrong time when people tell stories. DDB Chicago looked to PULL composer Mitch Davis for music that the futuristic guests might be listening to: “What made this project interesting was that it had to move back and forth between score and environmental music,” says Davis. “For example, a partygoer is dancing and the music had to morph into something reflecting her dance moves, but still keep on working as score from there. The dance music had to come in and drop out in equally organically fashion.”
Our poor robot outsiders then find their way to the bathroom, where they quickly bond with the futuristic Kohler toilet, even taking selfies with it. Fun new twist on stand-by idea, and nicely done CGI.