Machine (2019) 1080p

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Genres:
Documentary
Resolution:
1920*960
Size:
1.56G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
86 min
IMDB Rating:
6.3 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
120
Seeds:
42
Peers:
4
Directors: Justin Krook [Director] ,


Movie Description:
If machines can be smarter than people, is humanity really anything special?

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Reviews

Apocalyptic Intelligence...

Sooner or later any despotic state will own the road to Armageddon through AI and most nations have probably started down that path already. It's how countries compete and nothing can be done to halt it. Unlike nuclear weapons there's little chance it will result in stalemate or deterrent.

More emphasis is needed on scenarios that might better be expressed as The Battle of the AIs or AI v AI, this seldom seems be to referred to but for my money is where the catastrophes are most likely to be found. This is where the great Cyber Wars of the future will be won and lost, then lost again and won back and so on and so forth - but ultimately a race to the bottom.

For all the great benefits you can find about this technology, history and the lessons we fail to learn suggest this power in the hands of the hunter gatherers mind will be abused to extremes and the world will not be a better place for it - or at least if it is, the power to counter its benefits will be unleashed before too long and with cataclysmic effect.

A beautifully made production, but it left me wanting more

Having seen the Australian premiere of this documentary last night, I was in great anticipation of witnessing breakthroughs that would make me concerned; or at least a little more educated. I did learn quite an amount about how AI could change our future, but was confused by a dichotomy of ideas presented by the different scientists being interviewed. I felt like that this document didn't significantly progress the dialog, more recounting many facts already in the public domain.

On the other hand, as I have noted above, my view is that the production is first class. The graphics and technical explanations to someone who may have had no exposure to AI or neural networks will come away quite informed on the topic.

The notion that the next 20-30 years will be groundbreaking (even alarming) through the mass rollout of AI in technology wasn't made strongly enough in my opinion.
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