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Machine

(Rated M)

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"If machines can be smarter than people, is humanity really anything special?"

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Overview

As it continues to infiltrate everything from healthcare and dating to agriculture and the military, have we allowed our reliance on artificial intelligence to go too far? Or does it signal little more than an exciting advancement for the human race? In the eye-opening, hard-hitting new documentary Machine, director Justin Krook (I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead) investigates the thrills and fears behind the most radical new technology of our time. Interviewing engineers, inventors, neurosurgeons, ‘rock star’ scientists and philosophers, this thought-provoking film is a deep dive into the uncanny valley with unassailable experts at your side.

Official Selection: Melbourne International Film Festival 2019

Why You Should See This Film

Both optimistic and foreboding, Machine raises an endless plethora of ethical questions that you’ll be pondering long after you leave the cinema – and far into the decades to come. Whether it’s driverless cars or autonomous warfare, it takes a wide-ranging look at the moral quandaries of the near future, all beautifully edited by the the team behind Netflix’s Chef’s Table.

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  • Year: 2019
  • Rating: M
  • Director: Justin Krook
  • Duration: 86 minutes
  • Language: English
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