Robolove

dir. Maria Arlamovsky 2019 Austria 76 min.
2019 – DOK Leipzig
"Robolove" reflects on the strategies of men and women involved with the creation of humanoid, android robots.

Robots will perhaps one day expand the human body and human life. From an exciting variety of perspectives we understand the immense complexity of this topic. Featuring Japanese robotics guru, Hiroshi Ishiguro, to the transhumanist, Natasha Vita More – and many more. While the difference between humans and androids is gradually washing away, tension between technology and social responsibility is growing and expanding, along with ever-expanding utopian visions. From this mosaic, a tense ambivalence emerges, one which questions these futuristic technologies – and is full of love for those who dare to create these new machines that try to mirror our humanity.

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