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Do You Trust this Computer? (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Do You Trust this Computer? (2018) 1080p

Artificial Intelligence: Monster or Shangri-La?

IMDB: 7.75 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.25G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 78
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 120

The Synopsis for Do You Trust this Computer? (2018) 1080p

Science fiction has long anticipated the rise of machine intelligence. Today, a new generation of self-learning computers is reshaping every aspect of our lives. Incomprehensible amounts of data are being collected, interpreted, and fed back to us in a tsunami of apps, smart devices, and targeted advertisements. Virtually every industry on earth is feeling this transformation, from job automation to medical diagnostics, from elections to battlefield weapons. Do You Trust This Computer? explores the promises and perils of this developing era. Will A.I. usher in an age of unprecedented potential, or prove to be our final invention?


The Director and Players for Do You Trust this Computer? (2018) 1080p

[Director]Chris Paine
[Role:]Christine Fox
[Role:]David Ferrucci
[Role:]Rana El Kaliouby
[Role:]James Barrat


The Reviews for Do You Trust this Computer? (2018) 1080p


we should rebootReviewed byferguson-6Vote: 7/10

Greetings again from the darkness. When asked if they believe a computer could ever be conscious, two young woman combine to respond: 'No. Unless they program it that way'. And that answer is at the core of director Chris Paine's (WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?) latest exploration of Artificial Intelligence. Are we controlling the machines, or could they end up controlling us?

Early on, the point is made that science-fiction has numbed us to the potential pitfalls and risks of A.I. Fingers are pointed at some favorites such as TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, WARGAMES, EX MACHINA, THE MATRIX, and ROBOCOP. We have come to accept A.I. as high level entertainment rather than acknowledging the inroads being made by firms such as Google.

It is explained that Google search is actually a form of Artificial Intelligence and the algorithms are collecting more data than we have stopped to realize. For a film like this, expert talking heads are a necessity, and director Paine delivers. We hear from AI experts, writers, journalists, and doctors. The lineup includes Jonathan Nolan, Elon Musk, and Stuart Russell, and each offers fundamental insight for the topic, leaving us with the notion that A.I. is capable of 'incredible miracles, as well as incredible horrors'. We are also informed that "it's not the future, it's the present".

Specific areas impacted by A.I. and explored here include: self-driving cars, medical applications, military weaponry, and financial market data. Weaponized drones are an example, and one surgeon provides a real life case study of how a computer would have an advantage over him. Time is spent on the "Jeopardy" experiment where IBM's Watson (created by David Farucci) goes up against the top contestants and wins. Robotics are also a focus here, and the impact goes far beyond the loss of factory jobs.

Well known documentary writer Mark Monroe (ICARUS, FED UP, THE COVE) helps director Paine with the presentation structure since so many topics are touched upon. The electronic score is a bit overbearing at times, and we can't help but question the motivation behind the film's dedication, "In Memory of Stephen Hawking". The film could be viewed as high tech fear-mongering, however, it's more of a wake-up call to pay attention to the developments that are occurring (and how data is being collected and processed). The last thing we want is for the film's opening quote to come true: "You are my creator, but I'm your master" (Mary Shelley from "Frankenstein").

Must SeeReviewed byrobjohnwolfeVote: 8/10

'What is the last ANALOG thing in a digital world...? HUMANS.'Even when it comes to the basics like social media, google and GPS, I've had to ask myself, "Do I control it? Or does it control me?" Or substitute the word 'control' with 'depend on.' At best the lines are blurred. To say that we are like infants suckling at the teat of technology may not be overstating things. And then there is the inevitable concept of A.I. Artificial Intelligence which already exists. A fascinating documentary that explores the current human/AI condition is: DO YOU TRUST YOUR COMPUTER? From the makers of Who Killed the Electric Car, this doco asks the leading minds in the field all the hard questions while referencing relevant movies such as Terminator, Matrix, Ex-Machina and even Robocop. Just to clarify, this is not a 'conspiracy' doco, but it's scarily confronting and definitely worth the watch!

Very informativeReviewed byscreechy_jimVote: 8/10

I'm a keen AI enthusiast and am always on the prowl for information on new developments and the progress being made in the technology. This film provides great insight, not just into the general aspects of AI but also some of the specific phenomenon, concerns, events and developments within the field.

Although it does explore some of the possibilities of AI development, this is more in consideration of the current state of AI technology as developed by the various entities around the globe. So for example, even though the possibility of AI becoming self aware is examined, reference to sci-fi apocalyptic fantasy indulgencies such as the 'Terminator' or 'Hal9000' scenarios are largely discounted.

This film gives a very good and concise account of where AI is today and its many iterations (and there are many) its evolution and most poignantly the effects and consequences that this is having on our lives today. There is no scare mongering as such, but there are some very realistic, and it has to be said worrying, accounts of the frivolous manner in which AI is being developed, as well as some very current results of cultural, socio-economic and political developments that are affecting us as a result of the application of AI in our contemporary lives.

Suffice to say I found this very interesting if a little perturbing. The information collected for this documentary and the research done to assemble the details is first rate. The delivery, structure and tone of the film are all on point, and there is no over dramatization of the information for sensationalist purposes or stressing the delivery for exaggerating impact .

This really is a first rate piece of documentary journalism and delves into the subject matter with enough breadth and detail to comprehensively cover nearly all aspects of the topic.

After watching the disappointing 2018 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate which featured five prominent AI scientists (several of which also appear here), I can fortunately proclaim that this documentary had none of the shortcomings of that event and delivered so much more content in a hugely more competent manner.

It is a must watch, both for anyone who wants to understand what AI is about or for those who wish to track the progress of AI and understand the particulars of what's involved in this cutting edge technology.

If I have any complaints, it is that it was too short and could have gone into even greater detail.

I highly recommend it.

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