Film: iHuman (NO, 2019)

Picture of a cyborg woman, half human, half machine.

The rapidly developing AI will change our lives, societies and future, but how and on whose terms?

iHuman, by Norwegian director Tonje Hessen Schein delves on the discussions and conflicts on AI and its impacts on our society. On one side corporations like Google claim we need AI to solve climate change, cancer or hunger. On the other side people like Bill Gates and Elon Musk fear AI is the biggest threat to humanity. iHuman investigates the consequences of the power concentration of the multi-billion-dollar AI industry that barely has any regulations and asks the question of what kind of a future we truly want to develop.

The director will be interviewed after the film.

You can watch the film until 4.6.2021 or until it reaches the limit of 500 views.

Norway, 2019
Director: Tonje Hessen Schei
Language: English
Subtitles: English
Recommended age: 12
Legth: 99min

The film is part of the World Village Festival in Helsinki, watch it through the World Village Festival website.

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