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Artificial Intelligence

The animated paradigm

Deborah Levitt: The Animatic Apparatus

TECHNOLOGY: What can we say about the ever-increasing technological and state-of-the-art sphere we live in? Animations and simulations appear more and more as "living organisms", while biological life has increasingly become "artificial".

An ethical artificial intelligence

TECHNOLOGY: Can artificial intelligence be replaced by imperfect human judgment, and social disputes resolved through automated decision-making systems?

Racism is written into the codes, protocols, and algorithms of the Internet

AUTOMATION: The Internet is far from just a direct information highway towards freedom

To salvage what is salvaged can

Peter Dauvergne: AI in the Wild

TECHNOLOGY: Are artificial intelligence and drones good news for nature and the protection of the planet's ecosystems?

Time has changed direction and is now coming from the future

Armenian Avanessian: Future Metaphysics

PHILOSOPHY: We are now in the violence of the future: The most important thing in life is increasingly something that has not happened yet. Philosophy must re-evaluate its old metaphysical categories.

"Personality Disruptive Marketing"

DOPAMIN CAPITALISM: Is "freedom" everyone values ​​so highly, in fact illusory? Today, more and more information is being gathered about our bodies, emotions, habits and brains.

Attentive and timeless presence

Ben Rivers: Now at Last

SLOW TRAVEL: Animals often have an almost enviable ability to find their place in the whole. Why can't humans do the same?

It is we who are dangerous, not the machines

Melanie Mitchell: Artificial Intelligence – A Guide for Thinking Humans

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: A computer can beat you at chess, but struggles to tell the difference between cats and dogs. Does that mean it is not intelligent?

Man is like the flower

James Lovelock: Novacene – The Coming of Age of Hyperintelligence

THE FUTURE: We live in a new age where artificial intelligence develops on its own and becomes our salvation, not our death. It only happens a little later.

Economic motives can ruin artificial intelligence

Stuart Russell: Human Compatible Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control

KI: What happens if we create something more intelligent than ourselves, a machine that might do something completely different than we want?

The coming technological decade

: Will increased control or surveillance in this decade gradually be left more to algorithms that carry out actions based on so-called "actionable intelligence"?

To unleash the demons of artificial intelligence

Tonje Hessen Schei: iHUMAN

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:: The film draws us into a dark and fascinating field of research. But are we convinced that the development of artificial intelligence is beyond our control?