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Introduction: How artificial intelligence is changing our society?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing our lives. It touches on all aspects of society – private life, business, security — including in the spread of fake news and the challenges posed by the advent of autonomous weapons.

AI’s transformational power

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming our society at an unprecedented pace. By leveraging its immense data processing capabilities, pattern recognition, and intelligent decision-making, AI is revolutionizing industries, improving our daily lives, and reshaping the way we operate.

In recent years, AI has made remarkable strides across various sectors, ranging from healthcare and transportation to finance and entertainment. Its influence can be witnessed in the development of autonomous vehicles, personalized medicine advancements, virtual assistants, and smart home devices. By enabling machines to perform tasks that were once exclusive to humans, AI is driving increased efficiency, enhanced accuracy, and innovative solutions to complex problems.

The integration of AI into society has not only introduced exciting possibilities but also raised new challenges. Discussions surrounding job displacement and the future of work, privacy and ethical considerations, and the potential biases inherent in AI systems have gained prominence. As AI continues to evolve, it is imperative that we carefully explore these implications and ensure its responsible and ethical implementation for the benefit of all.

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This documentary looks at the rapid change digitalization is causing as it unfolds. In particular, breakthroughs in artificial intelligence are opening completely new horizons. In their film about AI, Tilman Wolff and Ranga Yogeshwar examine the role AI plays in the spread of fake news. They also consider a future with robots and the risks and ethical questions posed by the development of autonomous weapons.

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To address these issues, they travel the globe to speak with leading experts. AI can generate perfectly forged sound and videos, making it effective for purveying fake news. Discerning the truth from fiction will become increasingly difficult. Technology will streamline work, making some jobs surplus to requirements. Software will pilot self-driving cars and aerial drones. AI is rapidly opening up new vistas, but turning blind corners at speed can be risky. How sensible is this type of progress, and at which point should society step in and set limits to its development?

A documentary by Tilman Wolff und Ranga Yogeshwar
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