Personally I've seen nothing new on AI although some given insights by people connected to the industry were quite interesting...
The presentation of a Swiss as a 'father of AI' on a mountain hill was pretty amusing as it's just another example how millenials like this doc maker play with history :)
AI was found as a discipline in the 50s of the last century and thoughts about raised way earlier..
The part on robotics was also limited to the work of the Swiss 'AI father' and a sight on the Sophia 'humanoid' with just some shots on the better examples available in Japan as well as more interesting visions about implementation of those devices in that country.
For some the use of graphics to boost the perception that something fearsome is about to happen might have been helpful :)
I wonder what viewers at the IDFA screening picked up when they left the theater as many of them grabbed their phones and most likely used AI driven tools to let their digital friends know what they just have seen...
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