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A.I. Artificial Intelligence: The Review of a Review

A.I. Artificial Intelligence was released over ten years ago, back in 2001, and was directed by Steven Spielberg, although it was initially developed by Stanley Kubrick, which plays a role into the one of the key themes of the movie. 531 more words

Ep. 20 - Like Tears in Rain: Dying in SF Film

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This is an episode about dying, so if you’re like me and get depressed by that sort of talk, do not listen to this episode. 103 more words


Video: Google Conference Interrupted By ‘Killer Robots’ Protest

“You all work for a totalitarian company that builds machines that kill people!”

Steve Watson
June 26, 2014

Google’s biggest event of the year was interrupted yesterday by a protester who wished to raise concern over the development of autonomous robots, a movement Google is now deeply engaged with.

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CLASSIC FILM: Bicentennial Man (1999)

I stumbled across Bicentennial Man, a particularly odd piece of cinematic history from 1999, as I was browsing Netflix for something vaguely entertaining to watch during an uneventful Sunday evening. 261 more words



Her (2013)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Deciding to dive into a film with a premise that is potentially rife with unintentionally funny and embarrassingly awkward situations, given that the main character gets into a romantic relationship with his operating system, “Her” ends up being quite a delightful surprise. 509 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Mind Control Documentary by Daniel Estulin ft. Magnus Olsson

Daniel Estulin is not a stranger to the new technologies that threaten people today. From the point of view of transhumanism and total surveillance and control, including of our minds, Daniel Estulin is able to guide us through the possible world of tomorrow: a future that we could be able to change by taking a stand. 35 more words