Do You Trust This Computer?

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Docu about machines taking over has scares, not solutions.

NR 2018 78 minutes

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AI will eventually destroy the world

Do You Trust This Computer? is a spell binding documentary telling the tale of the rise of AI and what it could do to the human race and industries. As they state in the documentary, for every 1 job that a robot takes, it is replacing three human workers. How in the long run are people going to make a living to pay the things that they are needing on a daily basis to live? In a short while by going through more and more with AI, there is going to be robots running everything that we do now on a daily basis. We are honestly moving too fast in the world in order to sustain this change, as one day it will come back to haunt us in ways that we are not seeing or wanting to see at the moment.

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Do you trust this computer? Parent Guide

Helps people understand that advancing technology could probably cause risks.

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