Doc Zone Roboticize Me Classroom Favourites

Doc Zone Roboticize Me Classroom Favourites

A robot revolution is upon us. And it’s guaranteed to change the way we see ourselves. Robots have become our colleagues, even our companions. Some look like animals or toys. But others look disturbingly like us. All of them have been developed to act like us, feel and think like us. Why? What’s driving our need to develop intelligent and emotional machines? This provocative, intelligent and often amusing exploration into this emerging universe touches on the ethical and legal boundaries some believe we're starting to cross with robots. Are we offloading our human responsibilities? Will robots soon replace us in factories, battlefields, or more personal arenas? Follow the changing relationship between human and machine.

  • 2015
  • 00:43:03
  • 15-17
  • Added on: 04/01/2015
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