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The Age of AI

The Age of AI

In an era dominated by artificial intelligence (AI), humanity will seamlessly integrate autonomous vehicles, aircraft, ships, and even autonomous weaponry into its daily existence. The film contemplates whether this AI-led future will steer humanity towards dystopia or herald a new era where AI amplifies human capabilities to superhuman levels.

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The Age of Robots

The Age of Robots

We are entering a world where robots will coexist with humanity, serving as companions and collaborators, and that will challenge the very fabric of human existence. We examine their likely impact on society, the economy, creativity, and the existential questions that arise as we teeter on the brink of a technologically driven evolution.

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The Quiet Epidemic

The Quiet Epidemic

What begins as a patient story evolves into an investigation into the history of Lyme disease dating back to its discovery in 1975. A paper trail of scientific research and buried documents reveals why ticks—and the diseases they carry—have been allowed to quietly spread around the globe.

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Cyborg: A Documentary

Cyborg: A Documentary

There are no others like Neil Harbisson - at least not yet. As the world’s first officially recognised cyborg, he is on a mission to design himself & to promote that right for others. Born colour-blind, artist Harbisson has an antenna implanted in his skull that enables him to hear colour. Will others join him in upgrading their bodies?

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Volcanoes: The Fires Within

Volcanoes: The Fires Within

We dodge boulders at an active volcano in Indonesia, descend to a lava lake in Vanuatu, and visit acid ponds and geysers in Ethiopia. Travel across the globe to see the archeological ghost town of Pompeii, hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean, and witness the devastating effects of the 2018 Kilauea eruption in Hawaii.

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Ocean Odyssey

Ocean Odyssey

We follow a pair of Humpback Whales on their great migration from the warm tropics to Antarctica, via an Ocean Current that is home to thousands of interconnected species. As we cross multiple eco-systems, it becomes evident that the ocean itsself is the blue heart of our entire planet.

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Ticking Time Bomb

Ticking Time Bomb

We follow the Takata whistleblower and former engineers as they unveil a deadly corporate cover-up leading to the largest international product recall in history. Takata’s airbags have already killed or maimed more than 350 people and are on track to blast at least 2,000 more.

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Aquariums: The Dark Hobby

Aquariums: The Dark Hobby

Cyanide and dynamite is used to hunt tropical fish, captured as ´pets´ and then their fins cut, swim bladders pierced, and shipped globally. 90% die within a year of capture, creating a demand for replacement. Aquariums: The Dark Hobby investigates this brutal industry.

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Artificial Immortality

Artificial Immortality

Can AI enable us to live forever? Filmmaker Ann Shin sets out on a journey, exploring the latest AI and biotech with scientists and visionaries who foresee a ‘post-biological’ world where humans and AI merge. Will AI be the best, or the last thing we ever do?

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Climate Trailblazers: Reimagining Our Future

Climate Trailblazers: Reimagining Our Future

Exciting technologies have emerged, setting the gears in motion for a new green industrial revolution. What are the new technologies that decouple social and economic growth from carbon emissions? New innovations across the world will provide new and greener ways of producing energy, materials and food.

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The Face of Anonymous

The Face of Anonymous

Cyber terrorist or freedom fighter? Little did novelist Ian Thornton suspect that the beggar into whose hat he dropped some coin would turn out to be a high ranking member of the Anonymous movement involved in major cyber-attacks. After years on the run from the FBI the man known as Commander X is now looking for political asylum.

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