Ex Machina | Reflections

Ex Machina. [R] (2015)

ex machina

The prospect of AI reaching the level of passing the Turing Test is intriguing in and of itself, a scientific inquiry that titillates the geek in all of us. But what I believe to be the brilliance of this film is not the test of a machine, but the test of the humans. And, in many ways, this is not so much a question of whether machines can be humans, but whether humans are merely biological machines.

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2 comments

  1. Daniel Kao

    I recommend reading “The Future of Mind” by Michio Kaku – it essentially hints that the human brain may just be “wetware” that follows a certain set of discrete operations.

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