Telly Award Winner - a new investigative documentary from the internationally acclaimed team at Defender Films and Raiders News Productions. Inhuman travels the globe to unveil for the first time how breakthrough advances in science, technology, and philosophy-are poised to create mind-boggling game-changes to everything we have known.
What a disjointed and paranoid view of technological human enhancement. The fear of the new and different is screaming out of every part of this film. The fact is that humans are already joined with computers through our Phones and laptops and TV's. The fact that this joining is taking place over the low bandwidth connection of seeing with eyes and hearing with ears is a phase, just as changing from a telephone that needed a wired connection to the modern smartphone. As that change transformed and enhanced our abilities, so will the new changes coming to our interface to the devices and networks around us.
"It is AGAINST God's plan to we modify our bodies'!!" --The Pedantic Lady (Whose face was paralyzed from Botox abuse and was basically a holding pen for artificial plastic materials. AND she can't wait for an AI enhanced epidermis break through that would change colors...specifically blue and purple. I cant make this up.)
It could have been a serious discourse about the ramifications of our meddling with the human form. It slowly and painfully transformed into religious garbage that should alienate any skeptic. There is way too much focus on original sin in proportion to RATIONAL reasons to push back against a broad movement to integrate with AI. I think the shot of Kasparov's facepalm after deep blue summed up my feelings after finishing this documentary. Why didn't you interview him instead of ambushing people with a christ/anti-christ narrative?
What a shame. The "science team" employed here is one person with a biology degree. They talk about the ramifications of genetically engineering cat whiskers onto humans. If you want to get informed on this subject look elsewhere.
While this documentary seems to objectively begin to analyze this complex issue, it attempts to evaluate fact and science with the prism of belief and religion. Science is not an appropriate tool to analyze religion and religion is not an appropriate tool to evaluate science. That aside, the problem is no reputable scientists are involved in explaining or analyzing the issues this gentleman is bringing up. Instead they are associated with the religious production company associated with the film. Additionally, those people don't seem to have doctorates in any scientific fields. Unfortunately, this appears to be religious propaganda addressing science in the most "sky is falling" fashion. However, I don't believe this movie should be taken off Amazon as all views should be heard. I hope the customers are able to effectively identify the problems with the logic in this movie.