A.rtificial I.mmortality explores the latest AI and biotech with visionaries who foresee a ‘post-biological’ world where humans and AI merge. Will AI be the best, or the last thing we ever do? Featuring Nick Bostrom, Superintelligence; Japanese roboticist, Hiroshi Ishiguro; Douglas Rushkoff, Team Human; Ben Goertzel, founder of Singularity.net; Deepak Chopra, who is creating his own A.I. mind twin.
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Shin demonstrates an eclectic, inventive style. She applies artful animation to illustrate concepts, juxtaposes images artfully, and includes germane snippets from movies.” - Boston Globe - Peter Keough
“‘A.rtificial I.mortality’ brings a heft of challenging, heady, and thought-provoking ideas to the table, and director Ann Shin (whose presence serves as its principal framing device) presents the film as a means to explore the veritable quandary of artificial intelligence and its role in possibly achieving immortality.” - Film Inquiry - Alexander Miller
“It’s been a while since I’ve been so engrossed in a documentary such as A.rtificial I.mmortality. Shin approaches the subject by intertwining the science with her personal interest in life, death, and immortality, which is refreshing compared to the traditional stoic science-guy voice.” - FilmThreat - Alan Ng
A fascinating foray deep into the realms of artificial intelligence, machine learning and biotechnology. - National Post - Chris Knight
Incredible flick. - CP24 National News - George Lagogianes
The movie at once understands both the beauty and enormity of the possibilities. - Global News - Chris Jancelewicz
“Oh, you’re going to love this.” A.rtificial Immortality will induce shivers, a mix of excitement and fear. Magnificent, but also unnerving. - She Does the City - Jen McNeely
Fascinating subject matter. Insightful and interesting. - The Social - Lainey Lui & Jess Allen
A.rtificial I.mmortality is a brilliant examination of clones and what they may ultimately mean for the future of humanity. - POV Magazine - Marc Glassman