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iHuman

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ihuman is a political thriller that explores the creeping expansion of artificial intelligence under an illusion of democracy and
freedom of choice. The film follows pioneers on the front lines of the invisible AI  revolution, exposing how this technology is being developed and implemented. In iHuman, some of the brightest minds in the AI industry decryot a roadmap to our future. Who is really holding the code?

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Starring

Michal Kosinski, Hao Li, Jurgen Schmidhuber

Directed by

Tonje Hessen Schei

Country Of Origin

Norway

Language

English, Chinese

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