iHuman

(iHuman)

Artificial intelligence is increasingly transforming the nature of the world. The testimonies of the qualified experts show how wide the scale of these changes is and how they affect the fate of individuals and of humankind.

The film offers a brisk panorama of problems associated with the development of predictive control algorithms and systems. Leading researchers in the field, as well as whistleblowers and human rights defenders, talk about them. Their comments, interlaced with collage footage, revolve around topics such as big data handling, cyber-tracking, machine learning and autonomous weapons. The media reports about them almost daily, but in the flood of such diverse issues it is sometimes lost that they have one common denominator: artificial intelligence. How has humanity already transformed? And where is it headed?

Czech premiere

About the film

Director: Tonje Hessen Schei
Norway, Denmark
2019 | 99 min.

Language: English

Subtitles: English

Category

One Zero

Director

Tonje Hessen Schei

Filmography
2019 - iHuman
2014 - Drone
2010 - Play Again
2006 - Independent Intervention

Tonje Hessen Schei

Screenings

16. 09. 18:30 Svetozor - Small Hall
19. 09. 15:30 Svetozor - Large Hall

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