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Ex Machina

A programmer tests a highly advanced humanoid A.I. and questions the limits of artificial intelligence.


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Provocative, creative and intriguing, 'Ex Machina' is one of those productions that makes the viewer think from start to finish. More specifically, about the paths of technology. After all, filmmaker Alex Garland plays with the meaning of life by telling the story of an employee of a large technology company (Domhnall Gleeson) who will spend a few days at his boss's house (Oscar Isaac). The reason? Test a new artificial intelligence (Alicia Vikander). In a much deeper way than 'Her' did, for example, the feature film brings an existentialist debate that goes back to the very creation of humanity. What are the limits of artificial intelligence? Should we have ethics with machines? How to deal with these almost human robotic beings? These are some of the questions Gibney raises, without almost ever answering, instigating the audience from start to finish.



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A young programmer is selected to participate in a ground-breaking experiment in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a highly advanced humanoid A.I.

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