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"A most fantastic documentary... I was blown away" (Five Stars) - Margaret Pomeranz, Foxtel Arts Screen
"A compelling wake-up call we will ignore at our own peril" - Karl Quinn, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald
"Absolutely superb piece of work... beautifully produced" (Five Stars) - Graeme Blundell, Foxtel Arts Screen
…Occasionally unnerving, sometimes humorous, and consistently enthralling. - FILMINK
Infiltrating everything from transport to military to healthcare – among an ever-growing list of fields – artificial intelligence is no longer merely the realm of science fiction.
In a world where machines are fast becoming smarter than people, what makes humanity special? And what does our increasing reliance upon and subservience to technology mean for our future?
Director Justin Krook (I’ll Sleep While I’m Dead) ponders these questions in this hard-hitting, wide-ranging and eye-opening documentary, as astutely compiled and edited by the team behind Chef’s Table.
With expert insights from engineers, inventors, entrepreneurs, neurosurgeons, philosophers, ethicists and more – including Australian data scientist and digital ‘rock star’ Toby Walsh, pioneering fighter pilot turned autonomous vehicle systems professor Missy Cummings, and roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro, who famously made a lifelike android that resembles him to an uncanny extent – Machine examines our fast-changing, AI-infused reality, as well as its immense impact upon everything from identity and creativity to longevity and sexuality.
|Release Date||12 December 2019|
|Running Time||1hr 26m|
|Rating||M | Surgical scene, nudity and violence|
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