Within technological development, AI and humanoid machines become increasingly prevalent. Their characteristics seem to be depicting the human body: they can learn, comprehend and think; they are independent, interactive and social; faster, more efficient, and better. Simultaneously, they challenge the human body, its physique and intellect, its adaptability and intimacy.

Idea, Research, Camera, Audio, Editing: Janek Totaro und Johannes Kohout
With: Eduard Kaeser, Birgit Beck, Eckart Modrow, Daniel Speck, Richard Nagyfi, Sergi Prieto
In cooperation with: ARS Electronica, Kitchen Budapest, Otto Bock, Robotpartner, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, Lumidolls Barcelona, Institut für Sozialpsychologie Universität Duisburg-Essen, Robocup German Open, Pioneers Festival

Produced with: Institut for European Ethnology and Culural Anthropology at University Göttingen

Assistants: Lennart Haneklaus, Lennart Menkhaus
Translation: Tamar Muskhelishvili

Funded by: AKB Stiftung, Giovanni Omodeo Stiftung

Germany, Austria, Spain, USA, Switzerland 2019, 67 Min


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