Talking to Digital Spy, the BAFTA-winning Adulthood director said that he is intrigued by the prospect of expanding on Alex Proyas's 2004 film.
He said: "Weirdly I was thinking about [remakes] yesterday. There's loads of things that I'd love to do, but a film that I really liked that I think is really underrated - apart from the last 10 minutes, which isn't great - is I, Robot.
I, Robot is based on Isaac Asimov's short story collection about the moral implications for humans living in a world inhabited by robots.
The film grossed more than $340 million at the worldwide box office, and Battlestar Galactica writer Ronald Moore was commissioned to write an as-yet-unproduced sequel.
Clarke's Storage 24, about a group of people who come under attack from an extraterrestrial, releases in UK cinemas on June 29.